JDU warns Thakeray on bihari comment, says don't divide India
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The Janata Dal (U) today asked Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray to work for strengthening the nation's unity instead of making provocative remarks.
"It's time Raj Thackeray focused on unity of the nation and give up inflammatory remarks dividing the people," JDU's Jharkhand unit spokesman Pramod Mishra said here.
"There are several better words to express one's grievances on whatever issues. But Thackeray has always used provocative remarks, which should be condemned by all political parties," Mishra added.
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