Maharashtra: MLA opens front, says Hanuman Chalisa will be recited outside CM Uddhav Thackeray’s house

Mumbai | Loudspeaker Row: In Maharashtra, the continuously heated loudspeaker case has put the Uddhav government in the nose. First MNS chief Raj Thackeray warned the Uddhav government about Hanuman Chalisa on loudspeaker and now another MLA has opened a front against the Uddhav government for playing Hanuman Chalisa on loudspeaker. Maharashtra’s Independent MLA Ravi Rana has spoken of reciting Hanuman Chalisa outside Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s residence on 23 April.

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Ravi Rana is MLA from Badnera in Vidarbha region and he wants Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to recite Hanuman Chalisa or else he will recite it aloud outside his residence along with his supporters. The MLA said that, I will come to Mumbai on Saturday and will recite Hanuman Chalisa outside the residence of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

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Shiv Sena had accused of spreading communalism
Let us tell you that, last week, MLA Mr. Ravi Rana had asked CM Uddhav Thackeray to get Hanuman Chalisa recited at his residence on Hanuman Janmotsav, which was strongly criticized by Shiv Sena and accused him of spreading communalism in the state. .

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Raj Thackeray’s warning – Hanuman Chalisa will be played in front of mosques
Let us tell you that, while advocating for Uniform Civil Code, MNS chief Raj Thackeray said that loudspeakers should be removed from mosques. For this, the Maharashtra government has been warned to take action before May 3 and said that if the Shiv Sena government does not remove the loudspeakers from the mosques, then the MNS workers will play Hanuman Chalisa in front of the mosques.

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