Raj Thackeray’s MNS wants Amazon to include Marathi language as an option on the e-commerce platform for customers in Maharashtra.
- MNS workers demand for Marathi language option inside Amazon app
- Raj Thackeray has been summoned to court on January 5
- MNS says it wrote to Amazon chief asking him to include Marathi language
Amazon distribution center in Pune’s Kondhwa over a notification sent by a Mumbai court to Raj Thackeray, requesting that he be available in court on January 5 over a contention on adding Marathi language uphold on Amazon’s site.
“The notification shipped off Raj Thackeray by Amazon yesterday (Thursday) is illicit. In the event that one needs to work together in Maharashtra they should give a choice in Marathi language and in the event that they don’t do it in future too…
At that point the way this current (Amazon’s distribution center) has been vandalized likewise Maharashtra Navnirman Sena won’t let their shops, vehicles work in Maharashtra,” said MNS laborer Amit Jagtap, who was supposedly driving the gathering that vandalized the godown.
The web based business organization had moved toward a Dindoshi court in the city after which a notification was given to MNS boss Raj Thackeray guiding him to show up in court on January 5
MNS had as of late composed a letter to Amazon head requesting that he incorporate Marathi language as a choice on their site for Maharashtra clients.
The case has been registered with the Kondhwa police station in Pune under sections 143,147,149,427,452 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) along with several other relevant sections.