Maharashtra: North Indian again on target of Raj Thackeray's party? In cases of atrocities against women, 80 percent are provincial, claims MNS
The accused of Mumbai Sakinaka Rape was originally from Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh. Ever since this news has come to the fore, since then the atmosphere has started once again in Maharashtra against those coming from UP, Bihar and other states. In fact, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has directed the officials to keep a record of those coming from other states. The meaning of this instruction of the Chief Minister is being taken that it is because of the provinces that such incidents are increasing in Maharashtra. In fact, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray (MNS) has been demanding to monitor the movement of the provinces for a long time. Now Raj Thackeray's party MNS has claimed that 80 percent of the cases of atrocities against women in the state are involved in the provincial people.
MNS leader Shalini Thackeray on Tuesday (September 14) met state Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil in this regard and gave him a request. He demanded speedy justice to the victim of Sakinaka rape and said that the rapist should be given capital punishment. After this, while talking to the media, he said that 80 percent of the people involved in the increasing crimes against women are trans-provincial.
'Welcome to Uddhav Thackeray to stamp Raj Thackeray's demand'
He said that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has taken this decision only after the demand of Raj Thackeray. We welcome this decision. BJP leader Atul Bhatkhalkar has filed a police complaint against this decision of Uddhav Thackeray. In response to this question, Shalini Thackeray said that he is doing politics of votes.
Sanjay Raut also said, CM did what he did right
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has openly supported the instructions of the Chief Minister. Talking to our associate news channel Tv9 Marathi, Sanjay Raut said, 'Crimes related to mental deformity are increasing continuously in Mumbai. A big reason behind this is people coming from other states, there is no two opinion in this. Their arrival has affected our civilization, culture and demography. The CM has not named any state in the provinces. They are not necessarily from UP and Bihar. There are also other provincial states. '
On the issue of provinces, Uddhav and Raj on one side, BJP on the other, Congress on which side?
That is, in view of the upcoming elections, the atmosphere will now heat up against the provinces. At present, parties like Shiv Sena and MNS are visible on one side on this issue, but Congress is completely silent. NCP is completely silent. The leaders of these two parties have not received any statement on this issue.
Senior advocate claims, CM's directive against constitution
Meanwhile, talking to TIP, senior Supreme Court lawyer Gunaratna Sadavarte has said that if the record keeping of citizens belonging to any place in the country is done just because they are not originally from this state, then This is a violation of Article 5 of the Constitution of India. There is a rule of single citizenship in India. According to the rules of citizenship of India, a citizen of India is a citizen of this country. In the eyes of the Constitution and the law, he cannot be said to be of this province, or of the province.
Constitution expert and senior advocate Gunaratna Sadavarte further said that on the basis of provincial, caste, religious or any other discrimination, if action is taken to send the working people from any state out of the state or keep their records, then Raj Thackeray And against Uddhav Thackeray they will go to the High Court and the Supreme Court.