Raj Thackeray gets bail in two cases in Aurangabad
Aurangabad: Local court here on Thursday granted
bail to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray in two
different cases, related to incidents of violence during his
anti-North Indians agitation two years ago.
He will have to furnish personal bond of Rs eight
thousand in one case, and of Rs ten thousand in the other.
Raj Thackeray himself was present in the court today.
Following Raj`s arrest in October 2008 by Mumbai police,
violence had broken out in many places in the state.
Four buses were damaged in the stone-pelting by MNS
activists here under the jurisdiction of Karmad police
station. The other incident of stone-pelting had taken place
in the jurisdiction of Osmanpura police station.
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