The leader of the Indian nationalist far-right political party Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Sandesh Desai said that the party will put up posters all over India to 'hint' illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan to leave the country, reports Indian English-language daily newspaper The New Indian Express.
Some posters saying 'Bangladeshis leave the country, otherwise, you will be driven out in MNS style' were seen in Panvel region of Raigad district.
"We will put up posters like this everywhere. We are giving hint to illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan that they should leave our country because they live here illegally. A rally of Raj Thackeray is also planned," Desai told ANI.
The MSN leader continued that the police are aware of their movements and they can take action. He explained that the Bangladeshi migrant workers working in the construction sites cannot be traced if they commit crimes.
"The government should take some step," he concluded.
MNS chief Raj Thackeray and his son were featured on the posters. The MNS chief earlier said that the party will take out a huge rally on February 9 in Mumbai to drive "illegal infiltrators" from Pakistan and Bangladesh out of India.