Nitish slams Raj Thackeray for his remarks
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has criticizes Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray for his comments and termed him as 'publicity hungry' for all these things. Kumar raise question marks for the Maharashtra government that how it deals with terrorist when it is unable to handle Raj Thackeray.
Reacting to Thackeray's remarks, Kumar said that Raj Thackeray has nothing to do with the democratic value and he is just publicity hungry.
The chief minister wondered how would the Maharashtra government handle terrorism when it had failed to tackle a person like Thackeray. "It appears that Raj Thackeray has support of the Congress for doing all this," he said.
Last week, Thackeray had called Biharis in Maharashtra "infiltrators" in reaction to reports of a letter from the Bihar chief secretary warning Mumbai police against picking up suspects from the state without first informing local police.
"How come most offenders are from Bihar," Thackeray asked, adding that there was no need for Bihari politicians to teach Maharashtra the rules.
(With inputs from IANS)
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