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Late on Friday night, MNS local leaders were informed by chief Raj Thackeray that workers should ensure peace in the city and refrain from participating in any untoward incidents. "We had been instructed not to participate in any untoward incident. We were told to ensure that no such incident takes place," said a party worker.
Meanwhile, top government officials were assured by the Sena and MNS leaders that there would be no clashes. "They were expecting large number of people to reach the city, but assured us that there would be no problem. They took responsibility," said a top government official.
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