New Delhi, March 11: Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar, Tejashwi Prasad Yadav has lashed out at MNS chief Raj Thackeray over his non-Marathis auto remark.
Attacking MNS chief for repeatedly tragetting people of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, Tejashwi said that this country is not fifdom of anybody's father.
Tejashwi was quoted by Indian Express as saying, "Let me tell Raj Thackeray that Maharashtra and the country are not fiefdom of anybody's father. He has been attacking people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh at regular intervals. It is nothing but divisive politics".
While speaking to reporters, he further said that such anti-Bihari remark will not be tolerated. RJD leader also slammed BJP led Mahaharashtra government for not taking any action against Thackeray.
Earlier, Thackeray had threatened that his party workers will set on fire non-Marathis autos if they are seen plying on roads. "If any such auto with a new permit is seen plying on the road, those sitting inside will be asked to come out and the auto will be set on fire...Since Shiv Sena holds the state Transport portfolio, I want to ask how much is it getting in the deal," he said addressing a gathering of party supporters on the occasion of MNS's 10th foundation day.