Raj Thackeray backs DSK group, asks investors to support him
Investors have registered complaints against Deepak Sakharam Kulkarni, director of DSK group, for allegedly cheating them
Almost a month after a case was registered against Deepak Sakharam Kulkarni (68), director of the DSK Group, for allegedly cheating investors, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray came out in support of him. On Friday, he met nearly 150 people who had invested money in Kulkarni's company and conducted a meeting with them. After addressing their grievances, Raj said that they should support Kulkarni as he was going through a difficult time.
MNS chief Raj Thackeray
Speaking to the investors at the meeting, Raj said, "There is a huge lobby of non-Marathis and politicians. I can understand how difficult it is to lose hard-earned money, but currently we need to support Kulkarni. As he is a successful business, we should not judge him based on the losses faced in the past six months. We should take into consideration his achievements of the last 35 years."
He further asked investors to maintain their faith in Kulkarni and said, "This is the time for us to show everyone that we support a successful businessman. He will come out of this problem and all of you will get back your money. I will personally talk to him to resolve the crisis and find a solution at the earliest."
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