Court defers hearing in Raj Thackeray case till Dec 4

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Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, Nov 12 (UNI) A city court today deferred till December 4, the hearing against MNS Chief Raj Thackeray and 15 other activists charged with an anti-north Indian tirade under which a person was allegedly killed in Maharashtra's Raigarh district.

According to an application filed in the court headed by first Class Judicial Magistrate B K Pandey, under section 315 Crpc by the petitioner, M Bhaskar Rao, his lawyer and BJP's State Intellectual ---- Devendra Singh, he has said bacause they are staging a sit in in front of chief minister's residence in order to get compensation, another date be fixed. The court fixed December 4 as the next date for hearing.

In the Chief Judicial Magistrate P K Moitra court, Sidgoda resident, Bhaskar Rao alleged that his brother M Rajeshwar Rao working in the Raipur district of Maharashtra was set afire in July by MNS workers on being provoked by Raj Thackeray.

The case against Raj Thackeray and 15 other people charged under section 302 and 102(B) of Indian Penal Code will be heard by first Class Judicial Magistrate B K Pandey a proper inquiry It is well known that 2 cases have been filed in Jamshedpur courts for his alleged defamatory utterances insulting biharis.

In one case, the court has issued a non-bailable warrant against him. He has moved the High Court to appeal against this order. The court will hear his petition on November 14.

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