Raj Thackeray

Raj Thackeray: The problems of Raj Thackeray, who has been vocal about the loudspeaker row for a long time, have increased once again. In fact, a non bailable warrant has been issued against him once again.

Raj Thackeray: A non-bailable warrant has been issued against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray. Earlier also two similar warrants were issued against him. Last month, Beed’s Parli district court had issued another non-bailable warrant against MNS chief Raj Thackeray.

warrant issued by sangli court

Let us tell you that this warrant has been issued from the Sangli court. Earlier, the second non bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray was issued on 6 April from the Sangli court itself. This non bailable warrant was issued in a case of 2008, in which a case was registered against him under sections 143, 109, 117 of IPC and section 135 of Bombay Police Act.

Let us inform that the non-bailable warrant issued by the Shirala Court of Sangli against Raj Thackeray was issued in the 2008 ST bus vandalism case. In such a situation, now three non-bailable warrants have been issued against Raj Thackeray.

Beed’s court has also issued non-deposit warrant

Let us inform that before Sangli, the Parli District Court of Beed, Maharashtra had issued another non-bailable warrant against MNS chief Raj Thackeray. Raj Thackeray had agitated on the issue of Marathi sign board.

In this case also an arrest warrant was issued against him. In this case, the court of Parli had sent a letter to the Mumbai Police. Despite this, the police did not take any action on the order of the court. Then finally the second non bailable warrant was issued against him in the court.

What will Mumbai Police do?

In such a situation, what action does the Mumbai Police take against Raj Thackeray after this warrant. All eyes are fixed on this. At the same time, it will also be interesting to see how Raj Thackeray takes the next step in this matter. Raj Thackeray, who came into trouble over the issue of loudspeaker, is now constantly facing non-bailable warrants in some old cases.

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