Raj, who is facing multiple cases for instigating his party cadres to vandalize toll booths on various highways a few days back, said that he is determined to continue his stir until the government has made collection of road tax ‘transparent’.
"My meeting with Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan to resolve the (toll) issue has proved futile. I am left with no option but to continue my agitation against the collection of toll and to side with the anger of people against the unjustified road tax," Raj said while addressing a rally at SP College ground in Pune.
He also criticized the ‘lax’ Home department over the law and order issue in Maharashtra.
Taking a dig at Shiv Sena for criticizing his ongoing agitation, the MNS chief said," I wonder whether that party was part of the ruling coalition or belonged to the opposition.”


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