MNS Chief Raj Thackeray to Farmers: Fight against land acquisitions

Thackeray appealed to the farmers to not hand over their land for the proposed Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway and the bullet train project

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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray initiated his state-wide campaign from Vasai’s Palghar and told the farmers to fight against the land acquisitions. Thackeray appealed to the farmers asking them to not give their lands for the proposed Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway and the bullet train project.  

The Maharashtra government needs to acquire thousands of hectares of private land for the proposed developmental projects. To this, Thackeray urged the people to retain their property and wronged the government for trying to remove the locals from their native places.

Also Read: Bullet Train Will Be A Reality: CM Devendra Fadnavis 

MNS chief also joined Twitter on the occasion of state’s foundation day and gained approximately 16.5 thousand followers in one day. Thackeray, in his first tweet, greeted the people on the occasion of Maharashtra day.

 He said, “Today is Maharashtra Day! Today, Marathi speaking got their own state and the recognition of their language. Many people have sacrificed their lives for this state. Today is a day to remember all of them! Jai Maharashtra!” 

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