Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

MUMBAI, INDIA: Raj Thackeray, the Maharashtra Navnirmal Sena head, asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday to introduce the Uniform Civil Code and a population control bill as soon as possible. The MNS president has already expressed support for the Uniform Civil Code, but his plea to PM Modi comes at a time when he is embroiled in the Hanuman Chalisa scandal after threatening to play Hanuman Chalisa at mosques unless illegal loudspeakers are removed. He also suggested that Aurangabad be renamed Sambhajinagar in honour of Maratha emperor Sambhaji.

Raj Thackeray said that individuals who did not appreciate his loudspeaker protest set up a trap for him at a gathering in Pune after the MNS president had postponed his Ayodhya visit. “However, I did not fall for this trap since I did not want my MNS activists to be imprisoned,” Raj Thackeray explained.

Raj Thackeray’s Ayodhya tour caused a commotion amid the loudspeaker issue, with BJP MP Brij Bhushan Singh saying Raj Thackeray should apologise for his prior statements against north Indians before visiting Ayodhya. “Why are some individuals expecting an apology 14-15 years later?” According to Raj Thackeray.

Raj Thackeray stated that if the Maharashtra government failed to remove illegal loudspeakers from mosques, he had urged his party members to play Hanuman Chalisa. “The Rana couple, on the other hand, desired to visit Matoshree and recite the Hanuman Chalisa. Why? Is there a mosque in Matoshree? After all of this, the pair was spotted eating with Sanjay Raut of the Shiv Sena “According to Raj Thackeray.

The MNS leader slammed Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s comments on “our Hindutva-their Hindutva,” saying, “What is the difference between true Hindutva and false Hindutva? Are we marketing laundry detergent?”

Raj Thackeray also told his supporters that he will have surgery on June 1 and will be out for a month and a half.

Pune Police advised the party ahead of Raj Thackeray’s gathering on Sunday that no speaker should make any offensive remarks.

By adele rose

Adele Rose is the senior editor and employee of WGBS Pvt Ltd Digital wing.

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