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MNS sends notice to ED for not having name in Marathi, a day after Raj Thackeray questioning

Mumbai | The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena has sent a ‘notice’ to Enforcement Directorate for not having their name in Marathi on the board outside their Thane office.

The MNS tweeted about this and wrote in Marathi which roughly translates to, “MNS notice to ED! The governing board must be in Marathi in Maharashtra, the ED office seems to have often forgotten, but we have reported it to the District Collector, and sent a copy of this notice to the ED. Will the Marathi Language Department force the Marathi board to the ED?”.

The tweet is now, however, deleted.

The name is written in Hindi, but it seems it has not been written in Marathi.

This comes a day after their chief Raj Thackeray was grilled by the ED for over 8 hours in the IL&FS scam.

Raj Thackeray arrived at the Ballard Estate office of the agency at around 11:30 am after which he was questioned on the first-floor office of the building.

Questioning of Raj Thackeray was primarily done to know the shareholding pattern of the firm Kohinoor CTNL and money trail of the loan amount disbursed by Il&FS to Kohinoor CTNL.

The ED is probing irregularities in loans and equity investment, worth over Rs 450 crore by IL&FS in Kohinoor CTNL Infrastructure Company, which is developing Kohinoor Square tower in Mumbai’s Dadar area.

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