Politics on Hanuman Chalisa! Now NCP leader Fahmida Hassan sought permission to recite outside the Prime Minister’s residence

New Delhi | Politics on Hanuman Chalisa! The Hanuman Chalisa controversy, which originated from Maharashtra, is now seen spreading in the capital Delhi as well. The religiosity of Hanuman Chalisa is being worn as a cloak of politics. Politicians are now doing a lot of politics on this. In Mumbai, Independent MP Navneet Rana and her MLA husband Ravi Rana are in jail in Mumbai for reciting Hanuman Chalis. Now jumping into the Hanuman Chalisa controversy, Nationalist Congress Party worker Fahmida Hassan has written a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah seeking permission to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside the Prime Minister’s residence.

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Politics on Hanuman Chalisa! Giving rise to the Hanuman Chalisa controversy in Delhi, Fahmida Hasan Khan, while writing a letter to Shah, said that, I Fahmida Hasan Khan Kandivali Mumbai Maharashtra request you to send me Hanuman Chalisa, Navkar Mantra, outside the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the country. To be allowed to read Guru Granth and Novino. Also tell me the day and time for this.

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Said- We will be happy if we can awaken Hindutva and Jainism by doing this
In relation to the request to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside PM’s residence, Fahmida Hassan said that permission has been sought to offer all-religion prayer outside PM Modi’s residence. In this way, if we can awaken Hindutva and Jainism, then it will be a matter of great happiness. At the same time, he said that, if the country can get any benefit by doing this, then it should be so.

Let us tell you that after the loudspeaker in Maharashtra, the Hanuman Chalisa controversy has come to a very serious point. At the same time, the Uddhav government has called an all-party meeting today regarding the loudspeaker dispute.

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