Mumbai : Raj Thackeray’s party Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), which has established its own identity in the politics of Maharashtra, has started making its mark in the state these days. In fact, Raj Thackeray’s party has been very active about Pakistani and Bangladeshi infiltrators for some time. Raj is talking about getting the intruders out of the country in every rally, meeting. The MNS campaign against infiltrators has also continued.
In this sequence, the party has installed new posters in Aurangabad. In which it is written that a reward of Rs 5000 will be given to those giving information about illegal Bangladeshi nationals and Pakistani intruders. Earlier on 9 February, Raj Thackeray took out a long rally and later addressed a public meeting at Azad Maidan in Mumbai. Raj Thackeray had then demanded the illegal Bangladeshi and Pakistani infiltrators be expelled from the country. Raj Thackeray was also angry at the protests in the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the ongoing agitation in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi. During this time, Raj Thackeray strongly supported the citizenship law. Addressing supporters during his meeting, Raj Thackeray said, ‘I don’t understand why Muslims opposing CAA are doing this. The Citizenship Amendment Act is not for Muslims who are born in India. To whom do you want to show your strength?’
If information is to be believed, Raj Thackeray wants to replace Shiv Sena. In fact, at present, Shiv Sena has a coalition government in Maharashtra with NCP and Congress. In such a situation, Raj Thackeray wants to return to the issue of Hindutva and replace Shiv Sena. It is being speculated that in the coming days, Raj Thackeray may hold hands with the BJP.