Non-bailable warrant against Raj
MNS chief Raj Thackeray, who gave an ultimatum to remove loudspeakers on all mosques in Maharashtra, seems to be in trouble. Raj Thackeray can be arrested at any time. You must be thinking that how can this happen? So let us tell you that the Shirala Magistrate Court of Sangli had issued a non-bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray on 6 April. This case is from the year 2008. A non-bailable warrant was issued against Raj Thackeray in 2008 under sections 143, 109, 117, 7 of the IPC and the Bombay Police Act 135.
The court had ordered the arrest of the MNS chief under a non-bailable warrant from the Mumbai Police Commissioner. Despite this, the Mumbai Police has not yet carried out this arrest. The court has also asked the police why Raj Thackeray was not arrested even after the warrant?
what is the matter
The reason for the issue of non-bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray is related to Parli in Maharashtra. In fact, in 2008, MNS workers pelted stones at State Transport Corporation buses in Beed’s Parli area. Let us tell you that in the year 2008, Raj Thackeray was arrested in connection with the assault in the railway recruitment case. In protest against this arrest, MNS workers staged agitations and protests across the state. During the same protest, he also targeted the ST bus in Ambajogai. In the case registered in this case, Raj Thackeray was asked to appear in the court. But Raj Thackeray has not appeared even once since then. The court has issued a non-bailable warrant against him for his non-appearance on consecutive dates despite bail.
Nana Patole attack
Maharashtra Congress state president Nana Patole has targeted BJP. He said that maligning Maharashtra is the only goal of the BJP and the central government. For this reason BJP is adopting new tactics in Maharashtra. The future of youth is becoming bleak due to unemployment. Taking a jibe at Raj Thackeray, Patole said that strict action should be taken against whoever takes the law into his own hands. BJP is currently trying to fire bullets by placing a gun on the shoulders of others. Patole said that the rules made by the Supreme Court regarding loudspeakers should be followed. There is no one above the law, whoever tries to break it must be strictly punished.