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Uddhav snubbed Raj Thackeray at Balasaheb's funeral

India Tv webteam [ Updated 24 Nov 2012, 15:03:47 ]
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"Rajsaheb was told that only Shiv Sena leaders and deputy leaders would take turns to carry the mortal remains of Balasaheb", said the MNS leader. 

"Later, Rajsaheb  walked in front of the hearse hoping that Uddhav would join him. The cousins were supposed to walk together ahead of the cortege", the MNS leader said.




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