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If MNS comes to power in AMC, we will develop this city like Nashik: Raj Thackeray

If MNS comes to power in AMC, we will develop this city like Nashik: Raj Thackeray

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Feb 14 (UNI) Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray on Friday said if his party wins the Aurangabad municipal corporation election, it will develop the city like Nashik where it is in power.

Mr Thackeray is currently on a three-day tour here since yesterday to strengthen the party base for the upcoming municipal polls.

Interacting with media here this morning, he said in Aurangabad Muncipal Corporation (AMC), one party has been ruling since last many years, but the issue of garbage and drinking water continues. His party ruled five years in Nashik corporation and solved both these issues, then did that not happen in Aurangabad? he questioned.

MNS already raised its voice in past in this regard, he added.

On controversy over his party's new flag, which was unveiled in party workers convention in Mumbai last month, he said his party was working on it since past 5-6 years and already submitted a letter to the authorities two months back.

'If our party comes in power in AMC, we will develop the city like Nashik, he said. MNS opting Hindutva agenda means not sidelining the development works', he added.

On party's stand on intruders and artistes of Pakistan and Bangladesh he said, 'We have been taking up the issue since very long but never got any party's support.'

Talking about ongoing investigation in Bhima-Koregaon incident Mr Thackeray said there it was not the question of which agency was investigating the matter, but investigation should be proper, he said.


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