MNS chief Raj Thackeray met Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan and took up the issue of Marathi schools and presented a list of proposals rejected by the state government during the last three years. Worried about Marathi schools, MNS chief Raj Thackeray met Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan. He said that there was not a single Marathi school which has been started in the state since 2008. The proposals submitted to the government were rejected. English schools are given immediate permission then why not Marathi schools, Raj Thackrey questioned. Pressing his ‘priority to sons of soil’ agenda, Raj demanded taxi licenses to Marathi youths only. The government has permitted private companies to start services like fleet taxis for which it is approving driving licenses. Bureau report – NMTV News.
April 25, 2008