raaj-taakrey-1Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray took a U-turn saying there was no need for a permit system to curtail the influx of migrants to the city. “The existing acts are sufficient, if implemented effectively,” Raj said while releasing his party’s manifesto – Vachaknama (party leash) — for the assembly elections After the Shiv Sena included the provision of the permit system in its manifesto, the MNS changed its stand. The party shifted its focus on the strict implementation of the existing norms to deport those staying illegally in the state. Reportedly Raj Thackeray has said that according to the migration act, every person entering the city needs to report to the police after completing seven days of stay. Such acts are sufficient to keep a tab on outsiders. The manifesto also speaks of taking action against illegal constructions. Raj Thackeray said that it was needed to send a message out to the migrants, making it clear that they are not welcome to the city. The party also promised it would ensure 100% jobs in local industries for Marathi people. Affordable housing will be given to the homeless Marathi Manoos, who come to the city for a job. Police personnel and government employees will also be given their own houses. Bureau report – NMTV News.

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