Thackeray hate speech at Congress’ behest: Nitish
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
on Wednesday took strong exception to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
chief Raj Thackeray`s renewed attack on north Indians and
alleged that such venom was spread at the behest of Congress
keeping in mind of the next state elections.
"It is the constitutional right of the citizens to go
anywhere for jobs. For the sake of electoral gains such
statements have been made at the behest of Congress," Kumar
told reporters here.
"Stern action should be taken against those who make
such uncalled for provocative statements to divide the
country. But Maharashtra government does not take any action
deliberately," he said.
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