August 12, 2015
Raj Thackeray ticks off Gujaratis for discriminating with non-vegetarians, says they have gone 'out of control'
Thackeray said that it was wrong to discriminate with those who eat non-vegetarian food. "Why should there be bias against anyone just because of their food habits", he said.
The firebrand leader said that the Gujaratis have gone out of control ever since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister.
This was in reference to excessive vegetarianism of the Gujaratis, which is imposed on others.
It is noteworthy that in residential localities dominated by Gujaratis, especially, Jains, people who eat non-vegetarian food are not allowed to rent flat or purchase a house. Thackeray also said that actor Salman Khan was a fool, regarding the star's tweets when Yakub Memon was hanged for Mumbai blasts.
Justifying his visit to Salman's house, Thackeray said that he had relations with Salman's father Salim Khan for a long time, but said that Salman had no brains. He also said that there was excessive coverage of Memon's hanging on TV channels.
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