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Jharkhand: Raj Thackeray apologizes for making objectionable statements, know what is the whole matter


MNS (Maharashtra Navnirman Sena) chief Raj Thackeray has apologized while expressing written regret in Delhi’s Tis Hazari Court for making objectionable statements against Hindi speaking people including North Indians and Biharis. After a written apology by Raj Thackeray, the court accepted the apology, after which the order was passed to end the case.

What was the whole matter:

Jamshedpur’s advocate Sudhir Kumar Pappu had filed a complaint against the MNS chief at the Sonari police station on March 11, 2007, alleging that on March 9, 2007, on the foundation day of the MNS at Mumbai’s Sion Shanmukhanand Auditorium, Raj Thackeray had spoken against North Indians, Biharis and Hindi-speaking people. made objectionable comments.

On March 13, advocate Sudhir Kumar Pappu, a resident of Taraiya village of Chhapra, filed a complaint against Raj Thackeray for his objectionable remarks in the court of CJM, Jamshedpur, after Sonari police station did not take any action. The matter was transferred to the court of First Class Judicial Magistrate DC Awasthi for special hearing. Taking cognizance on the basis of evidence, the court issued summons.

Non-bailable warrant and advertisement were issued when Raj Thackeray was not present. MNS chief Raj Thackeray filed several petitions in the Jharkhand High Court through his advocate, but on not getting relief, took refuge in the Delhi High Court on 30 September 2011. In the petition filed, he said that he has no problem in going to the Jharkhand court, but information about law and order should be obtained there.

In the report, the Jharkhand government had expressed apprehension of deteriorating law and order upon the arrival of Raj Thackeray, after which the Supreme Court transferred the case to Tis Hazari Court. Complainant Sudhir Kumar Pappu registered his presence in the court of Judicial Officer Yaduvanshi of Tis Hazari Court. After the hearing, issuing a non-bailable warrant against MNS chief Raj Thackeray on December 16, 2012, wrote a letter to the Mumbai commissioner asking him to ensure his arrest.

Against the order of the court, Raj Thackeray filed a petition in the Delhi High Court. At the time of hearing on the petition pending for 10 years, as directed by Raj Thackeray, his advocate Anupam Lal Das, through the petitioner Raj Thackeray, said before the court that if his speech has hurt the people of any community, then the petitioner has to tender an unconditional apology and Express regret and sorrow. After the hearing, on March 13, 2023, the court of Delhi High Court Judge Jasmeet Singh accepted Raj Thackeray’s apology.

Rishabh

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