I would solve problems when I come to power: Raj Thackeray
Aurangabad: MNS chief Raj Thackeray on Friday said that it was his duty as an Opposition leader to highlight the problems of the state, and if he came to power, he would certainly solve them.
Raj, talking to reporters here, criticised the media for giving little coverage to Bhandara rape and murder case, compared to the Delhi gang rape case.
Replying to a question about his targeting Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, he said he had no personal enmity, but he must communicate to the people the failures of the ruling parties.
He also claimed that MNS`s stand against the north Indian migrants coming to Maharashtra had not led to any backlash against Maharashtrians in other states.
Talking about his relations with his estranged cousin and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, Raj said since the formation of MNS eight years ago, he had never criticised Uddhav personally.
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