Raj case: Court adjourns hearing
A local court, hearing a petition against MNS chief Raj Thackeray for his alleged remarks against Bihari community, has adjourned the case to November 28.india Updated: Nov 19, 2008 18:57 IST
A local court, hearing a petition against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray for his alleged remarks against Bihari community at a public meeting in Mumbai on March 9 last, has adjourned the case to November 28.
Hearing the petition of complainant-cum-lawyer Sudhir Kumar Pappu, the court of First Class Judicial Magistrate (II), Anil Kumar, fixed the next date on November 28 with a stricture that the case will be heard in the next date or the court will pass appropriate order in this regard.
Pappu had filed a complaint case in the court on March 13 against Thackeray for his alleged provocative remarks against Bihari community at a public meeting in Mumbai on March 9.
Thackeray's counsel RK Singh and Sweta Singh pleaded for time till first week of December, which has been turned down by the court on Wednesday.