Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Saturday asked Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to provide all the information in Marathi on its newly launched website.
Arvind Gawde, MNS leader from Colaba, met SEBI's Deputy Chief Executive officer Ashish Kumar Chauhan and submitted a memorandum highlighting the party's demand.
SEBI has recently re-launched its website with options in English, Hindi and Gujarati, Gawde said.
"It has conveniently forgotten Marathi despite having its headquarters in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. The SEBI officials accepted their mistake and agreed to rectify it," he said.