Beed, Maharashtra: Non-bailable warrant issued by Parli court against Raj Thackeray The difficulty of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena president Raj Thackeray has increased. Following the Shirala court, the Parli court has now issued a non-bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray.
So their difficulties are likely to increase. A non-bailable warrant has been issued by the Parli court after Sangli on the issue of Marathi boards. The Parli court has again issued non-bailable warrants for non-appearance in court even after bail was granted.
Earlier, the court had issued an arrest warrant on February 10 and directed him to appear before the court till April 13. However, as Raj Thackeray did not appear before the court till April 13, the Parli court again issued an arrest warrant against him.
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Raj Thackeray’s headache has increased due to this decision of the court. A case was filed against the shopkeepers for forcibly closing the shop after the agitation on Marathi boards and Marathi issues. Parli court has issued non-bailable warrant in this case.
The court issued the order as he continued to be absent from court even after taking bail. The Parli court had issued an arrest warrant on February 10 and ordered him to appear before the court till April 13.
Meanwhile, after the issuance of two non-bailable warrants against Raj Thackeray, the activities of the Home Ministry have increased. MNS spokesperson Gajanan Kale criticized the state government for shifting sand under Raj Thackeray’s rallies.
Opposition leader Praveen Darekar has said that this is an attempt to harass the opposition from the old cases.