The Maharashtra government on Monday said that it is mulling the option of attaching MNS chief Raj Thackeray`s property to recover the cost of damage caused by party activists when they vandalize toll booths across the state.
A day after his party`s uncharacteristically peaceful agitation against toll plazas in Maharashtra, MNS chief Raj Thackeray was on Thursday back in his element, warning of "wreaking havoc" at houses of toll contractors who use force to collect the levy.
Even as Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) continues with acts on vandalism at toll booths in the state, the Pune Rural police has registered two FIRs against party chief Raj Thackeray and others for instigating violence.
NCP workers went on a rampage vandalising a toll booth in Jalna in Maharashtra. The party workers allegedly vandalised the toll booth after NCP corporator Noor Khan got into an altercation with the booth attendant over change.