Mumbai, Oct 1 (UNI) Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray today rapped his estranged nephew and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Chief Raj Thackeray for saying that if Senior Thackeray was summoned by the Parliamentary Privileges Committee, no leader or officer from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar would be allowed to enter the state.
In an editorial in his Party's mouthpiece ''Saamna'' titled ''Kalji Nasavi, Aamhi Samarth Aahot'' (Don't worry I are capable), Mr Thackeray said his health was as good as it was when Raj left his Party and that he was capable of tackling any such issue.
He questioned Raj as to where was his love for Marathi 'manoos' people when he left Shiv Sena three years back.
Mr Thackeray observed like Maratha warrior Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, who had to fight his relatives throughout his life, he was also backstabbed by his kin on many occasions.
Raj, who left Shiv Sena in December 2005 over Uddhav Thackeray taking over leadership of the Party, on September 29, condemned parliamentary privileges committee's reported move to summon Bal Thackeray for his comments against MPs from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
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