New Delhi: After a pro-NRC, CAA rally, Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS) has put up posters in Aurangabad announcing cash reward of Rs 5000 to anyone providing information about alleged  infiltrators from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Also Read - Kids and Elderly Barred, Use of Mics Prohibited; With Tweaks, Shaheen Bagh Protest to Continue on 'Janata Curfew'

The posters come days after MNS workers launched an operation to ‘throw out’ the illegal immigrants from Pune. The party had also claimed that they caught three illegal immigrants and handed them to the police. Also Read - Centre Defends CAA Before Supreme Court, Calls it Legal, Constitution

Earlier this month, while addressing a rally at Azad Maidan in Mumbai, Raj Thackeray had strongly defended the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC), that has triggered massive protest across the country. Also Read - Telangana Passes Resolution Against CAA, NRC, NPR; 'India's Image, Secularism at Stake,' Says CM KCR

He had also warned of a ‘befitting reply’ to rallies being held against the CAA and the NRC, and said ‘a morcha will be answered with a morcha, a stone with a stone and a sword with a sword’.

Besides, the MNS had marched from Girgaum Chowpatty to Azad Maidan demanding eviction of illegal Pakistani and Bangladeshi infiltrators. “Do these people (illegal immigrants from Pakistan and Bangladesh) consider my county a ‘dharmashala’ (charity shelter)?” Thackeray had asked, while speaking on the NRC.