Raj Thackeray now warns taxi, auto drivers
Mumbai: After warning multiplex owners
over screening of Marathi movies, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
(MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has now trained his guns at taxi and
Raj Wednesday met Joint Transport Commissioner Vivek
Phansalkar to complain about the taxi and auto drivers who
refuse to take passengers for short distances.
"I have asked the Transport Department to appoint an
official to register people`s complaints and take action
against the erring drivers. The mobile number of the official
should be made public for registering complaints," he said.
Raj also sought action against the drivers possessing
fake licenses and breaking traffic rules.
Suspected MNS activists went on a rampage at various
multiplexes here last week demanding prime-time slot for
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