Raj Thackeray had a day sooner named the utilization of amplifiers in mosques as “a social and not a strict issue” and urged that he was firm on the May 3 cutoff time for their expulsion.
Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has set up ‘Chalo Ayodhya’ banners in Mumbai, interesting to individuals to join party boss Raj Thackeray on his visit to Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh on June 5.
In the banner written in Hindi, it peruses, “Jai Shri Ram. Dharmada nahi principal bhi dharm abhimani. Chalo Ayodhya (inexactly interpreted as Jai Shri Ram. I’m not strict for the wellbeing of goodness. I’m a strict individual. How about we go to Ayodhya.)”
The MNS boss on Sunday named the utilization of amplifiers in mosques as “a social and not a strict issue” and urged that he was firm on the May 3 cutoff time for their expulsion.
In the midst of the continuous political column over the utilization of amplifiers at mosques, MNS boss Raj Thackeray on Sunday cautioned that in the event that amplifiers are not brought down then the ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ would be played with twofold volume contrasted with azaan (a call for supplication by Muslims) from May 4.
Tending to a social affair at Sanskrutik Mandal Maidan in Aurangabad, where a gigantic group was assembled, the MNS boss said on Sunday, “Today is the principal day of Maharashtra (Maharashtra Day). I will not tune in from the fourth day from now. Any place we will see an amplifier, we will likewise recite ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ before the amplifier in twofold volume.”
Mr Thackeray further said that amplifier is anything but a strict issue however it is a public issue and cautioned that on the off chance that they don’t stop, then we will likewise stand firm.
“This is definitely not a strict issue. It is a public issue however on the off chance that you stop us, we will likewise stand firm. All the amplifier speaker isn’t under the law and it is unlawful. The Supreme Court previously said it was unlawful, it was anything but a question of Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad). At the point when we take sabha they say it was training zone, a sanctuary zone, you can’t take sabha, however for their purposes, there is a protest. Who gave you freedoms?” asked the MNS boss.
On the amplifier issue, he said, “One columnist asked me for what good reason do you stand firm on amplifiers today. I said that we serenade ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ and Muslims ought to tune in. A Nashik columnist let me know that he is a Muslim and that he additionally dislikes amplifiers. His kids can’t rest.”
He further mentioned the state police to stop the utilization of amplifiers, any other way “we won’t stay silent”.
He additionally declared that he will do more revitalizes in Marathwada, Vidarbha and different urban communities too.
“I will really do revitalize in all urban communities Vidarbha, Kokan, west Maharashtra, east Maharashtra,” he said.