Stop targeting North Indians for political propaganda: Nirupam to MNS chief Raj Thackeray

MNS chief Raj Thackeray had said that those who migrate from northern states should respect local culture and language

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After Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray on Sunday addressed the gathering at an event organised by a North Indian organisation, Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam on Monday attacked the MNS chief saying that Thackeray should stop targeting North Indians for propagating his political agenda. 

Lashing out on Thackeray, Nirupam said that accusing North Indian living in Mumbai that they don’t have respect for local culture and language is “highly shameful”. 

Earlier, while speaking at an event organised by Uttar Bharatiya Mahapanchayat Sangh (UBMS), the MNS chief said that the people who migrate from northern state should respect local language and culture. Thackeray also said that people who migrate should question their leaders back home regarding the lack of development.

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Reacting to Thackeray’s remarks, Nirupam said that while the MNS chief asked the north Indians to ask their leaders for lack of development in their home states, no one gives Thackeray the right to indulge in any kind of violence against them.

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