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Raj to make his position clear after December 6
December 04, 2005 20:00 IST
Disgruntled Shiv Sena leader Raj Thackeray said on Sunday that he would make his position clear after December 6, on the ongoing stalemate in the party, following his resignation from all posts on November 27.
In an informal briefing at his Dadar residence, Raj told reporters that he had already made his comments on what he felt about the functioning of the party.
Meanwhile, Raj met resident doctors of J J Hospital at his residence and said that he would take up the issue of the resident doctors being assaulted, allegedly by some doctors from Bihar at the hospital.
"It is a very serious matter and I will take up the matter with hospital dean on Monday. How can people from outside dare to attack our resident doctors," he said.