Mumbai | Hanuman Chalisa CM Thackeray House: The controversy over loudspeaker in Maharashtra now seems to be turning into a Hanuman Chalisa controversy. MNS chief Raj Thackeray’s warning of shutting down loudspeakers from all mosques by May 3, otherwise his timely recitation of Hanuman Chalisa had already piqued the nose of Maharashtra’s Uddhav Thackeray government, but now tomorrow i.e. on Saturday, the MLA Ravi Rana and MP Navneet Rana’s threat to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside the Chief Minister’s residence has landed them in new trouble.
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Hanuman Chalisa CM Thackeray House: MLA Ravi Rana and MP Navneet Rana are going to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside Matoshree, CM Uddhav Thackeray’s house tomorrow at 9 am on Saturday. Ravi Rana is the MLA from Badnera in Vidarbha region. He has alleged that Shiv Sena has forgotten Hindutva. They want Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to recite Hanuman Chalisa or else he will recite it aloud outside his residence along with his supporters.
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Sadesati is engaged in Maharashtra
MLA Ravi Rana accused Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray and said that there is so much problem in Maharashtra and our Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray never meets anyone. Because of them, there is a half-century in Maharashtra. That’s why we will recite Hanuman Chalisa outside his house. Hanuman ji is a Sankat Mochan and he will definitely solve the crisis of CM.
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If you come to Mumbai, you will not go back on your feet.
MLA Rana alleges that, Shiv Sena threatened him not to come to Mumbai and said that if he comes to Mumbai, he will not go back on his feet. At the same time, MP Navneet Rana said that we have been given a notice that our exit may disturb the law and order. That’s why we will go alone to read Hanuman Chalisa so that no one has any problem.