Ranchi, Feb 6 (UNI) A complaint case was filed against Maharashtra Navanirman Sena president Raj Thackeray in Jharkhand, accusing him of ''hurting'' the sentiments of north Indians.
This is the second time that a complaint case was filed against the MNS leader in the civil court of Jamshedpur. Last year, a complaint case was filed against him on the same charge.
Mr Kafilur Rahman, president of Indian Advocates Front, filed the complaint case before the Chief Judicial Magistrate here. The complainant alleged that the statement given by Mr Thackeray was ''anti-national and unconstitutional.'' '' The statement is an attack on the Hindu religion, community as well as national unity and integrity,'' he said, adding Mr Thackeray's statement indicated he was trying to divide the country.'' Mr Rahman alleged the MNS president's activities proved he was being guided by the ''international agents''.
Last year, the complaint case had been filed against Mr Thackeray in the Jamshedpur civil court in connection with his alleged statement against the Bihari community.
A warrant was issued against him and later the Jharkhand High Court ruled no coercive action should be initiated against the MNS president.
The case is still pending.
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