With the rising heat, the mercury of Maharashtra politics is also increasing. First, MNS chief Raj Thackeray raised the concern of the state government by giving a request to remove loudspeakers from mosques by May 3. After this, in a hurry, the Uddhav Thackeray government held a meeting on Monday and made a new rule for it.
Under this, permission was made mandatory for loudspeakers at religious places. The news is that given the constant threats to Raj Thackeray, the central government can give him special protection. He is getting persistent threats from PFI organisations.
Raj is constantly raising the issue.
Let us tell you that Raj Thackeray has been raising this issue continuously for the last few days. He also stated this on Sunday. Raj Thackeray is vocal on the issue of removing loudspeakers from mosques and is also going to hold a meeting in sensitive Aurangabad on May 1.
What did Raj Thackeray say?
Recently, Raj Thackeray had given an ultimatum to remove the loudspeaker on the mosque and said, “Why do we need roads and footpaths for prayer? Read at home. The prayer is yours; why are you listening to us? If they do not understand our point of view. So Hanuman Chalisa will be played in front of your mosque. We tell the state government that we will not back down from this issue.
Do whatever you want to do.” He also said, “Which religion is it that hurts other religions. We want to tell the Home Department that we do not want riots. By May 3, all loudspeakers should be removed from the mosque; there will be no problem from our side.” ” After this, Raj Thackeray had asked all Hindus to unite on Sunday. He said that if all the loudspeaker mosques do not remove by May 3, the answer would be given as soon as possible.