Raj Thackeray called Ketaki Chitale's nasty Facebook post on Sharad Pawar "wickedness."

Raj Thackeray condemned an insulting Facebook message allegedly shared by Ketaki Chitale addressing NCP patriarch Sharad Pawar . The post allegedly accuses Pawar of 'hating Brahmins' and 'hating Brahmins' The MNS chief said that such writing is not a pattern, but wickedness .

MNS chief Raj Thackeray condemned an insulting Facebook message allegedly shared by Marathi actress Ketaki Chitale addressing NCP patriarch Sharad Pawar on Saturday, saying such writing has no place in Maharashtra's culture.The Facebook post about Pawar that was shared on Friday was reportedly written by a man named advocate Nitin Bhave, according to the article.In a tweet published on Twitter and Facebook, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena president said that such writing is not a pattern, but wickedness, and that it must be tackled immediately.However, Thackeray said that it must be investigated whether the article was written by the individuals being named or whether someone is allegedly trying to spark a new controversy.

The NCP chief's full name is not mentioned in the Marathi text, but it does mention the surname Pawar and his age.The NCP patriarchal grandfather is 81 years old.In a post that allegedly accuses the veteran leader, whose group shares power in Maharashtra with the Shiv Sena and the Congress under the auspices of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), the hell is waiting and you hate Brahmins.This writing has no place in Maharashtra's culture.

The MNS chief, a vocal critic of the MVA, said it was wrong on either Chitale or the article's author to make such remarks about Pawar, a veteran of state politics for many years.He said that the ideology has to be fought with ideology.We have differences with them (Pawar), and those will be there.It is also absurd to reach such a frightening height.

To write something like this is not a habit, but a sin.It must be checked in time, he said.The MNS president said that the great men, saints, and many Maharashtra intelligences have taught the state's people to label a thing right if it is right, and bad if it is bad.He said the only reason is that nobody should push the states' tradition to a low level.

He continued, saying that because of these two-four elements, a group is split.According to the MNS chief, politicians must have understood how deep the anger has risen.Because Maharashtra has a different identity, it must be curbed in time.Hence, he said, the state government should get to the bottom of the problem and address it immediately.