New Delhi, Nov 7 (UNI) Calling for strict and immediate action against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray for inciting violence against North Indians, Rashtravadi Sena chief Jai Bhagwan Goyal today said his party would ''blacken'' the face of MPs from Maharashtra, besides picketting their residences.
Addressing the media, after his release from jail following the November four attack on Maharashtra Sadan, Mr Goyal said if ''proper action'' was not taken in time, his partymen would not let the Maharashtra pavilion function during the forthcoming annual trade fair.
Stressing that his party did not mean any harm to the ordinary Marathis, Mr Goyal said, ''just like ordinary North Indians are innocent, Marathis elsewhere are also not to be blamed for the misdeeds of leaders like Raj Thackeray and Bal Thackeray.'' While emphasising that ''enough was enough'' and that ''no more shall insult of Hindi and dishonour of Hindi-heartland people be tolerated'', the Shiv Sena dropout said, ''we shall not keep quiet till those behind killing and hurting of North Indians were brought to book.'' Mr Goyal also informed that he would field his party candidates during the forthcoming Assembly elections and Delhiites living in fear of terror, Bangladeshi infiltration and growing inflation would be the issues to be raised by him.
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