‘Bihari’ remarks: Raj Thackeray taken to court
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A complaint has been filed against MNS chief Raj Thackeray in a Delhi court for making "anti-national statements" allegedly branding Bihar natives as "infiltrators".
"His remarks that Bihar natives in Maharashtra shall be kicked out were defaming and his provocative statement is against national integration as the Constitution has given the right to any person to live anywhere in the country," Advocate Prem Shankar Sharma said in his complaint.
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