PM under fire for not dousing MNS attacks

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New Delhi, Oct 31: Even as a North Indian journo was beaten up black and blue by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers on Thursday, Oct 30, it seems the dire threats to ban MNS is not heeding discipline in the Raj Thackeray's force.

The Union Cabinet met late on Thursday, Oct 30 night in Delhi to discuss the MNS menace with some leaders also demanding the removal of Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh. The pressure is building on Prime minister and UPA allied to take a decisive step to stop violence altogether.

Several UPA ministers have asked for a judicial probe into the killings of Rahul Raj and Dharamdev Rai. While Rahul, a Bihari youth, was gunned down by Mumbai Police for allegedly hijacking a BEST bus and shooting at and injuring two people on Monday, Oct 27; Rai from Uttar Pradesh was beaten to death on Tuesday by a group of Marathi-speaking youths in a Mumbai local train.

So, Mr Prime MInister isn't enough happened on the streets of Mumbai, to get Centre's action??? The hooliganism is raging unhindered, it may well demand your resignation in the end.

 

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