MNS president Raj Thackeray's

MNS president Raj Thackeray's problems are on the rise

SANGLI: The application to acquit MNS president Raj Thackeray of the crime has been rejected by the Shirala court. A case was registered in the Shirala police station against Raj Thackeray's fellow MNS leaders in connection with the agitation at Shendgewadi in Shirala taluka, and the case is currently being heard.

In 2008, Raj Thackeray had called for a protest on the issue of Marathi inclusion in the railway recruitment case, according to which a protest was held by the MNS across the state, in which a protest was held at Shedgewadi in Shirala taluka under the leadership of MNS district president Tanaji Sawant, which turned violent. In this matter, a case has been filed in Shirala police station against MNS Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray, along with district president Tanaji Sawant, MNS leader Shirish Parkar, and other MNS officials and workers.

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