Earlier, the Shirala Court of Sangli had issued a non-bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray. The court had issued this warrant against him in the 2008 ST bus vandalism case. In such a situation, now two non-bailable warrants have been issued against Raj Thackeray.
Loud speaker case also increased difficulties
Raj Thackeray is in discussion for the past several days due to the issue of loudspeakers. During this, many cases have also been registered against him after the rally in Aurangabad. He has also given aggressive speech regarding loudspeakers installed on mosques. The sword of action is already hanging against him because of the loudspeaker agitation and subsequent cases. In such a situation, due to the revival of old cases, their problems have increased even more.
Non-bailable warrant against Raj
A non-bailable warrant was issued against Raj Thackeray by the Shirala Magistrate Court in Sangli 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 135 of the Bombay Police Act. 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 issuance 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.