Speak less: Raj Thackeray to Narayan Rane
Pune: MNS president Raj Thackeray on Monday had
a piece of advice for Maharashtra Industries Minister Narayan
Rane: speak less in order to avoid controversies.
Reacting to reports of the setback suffered by Congress
in the municipal elections in Konkan region, a stronghold of
Rane, he said, "Rane should speak less. He creates enemies
because he talks too much."
"In politics, one needs patience and should not create
unnecessary controversies," said Raj, who was once considered
close to Rane.
The MNS chief expressed satisfaction over his party`s
performance in the Konkan region and in the state saying it
was going from strength to strength.
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