Raj Thackeray will thunder in Aurangabad! Permission granted to hold a meeting on May 1, but…

Mumbai | Raj Thackeray Rally Aurangabad Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, who warned the Uddhav government to remove loudspeakers from mosques in Maharashtra, has got permission to organize a rally in Aurangabad on May 1. However, for this rally they will have to fulfill several conditions. This rally will be held at Cultural Krida Mandal Ground in Aurangabad.

There will be no sloganeering
Raj Thackeray Rally Aurangabad MNS chief Raj Thackeray, who has created panic in Maharashtra due to the loudspeaker controversy, will be able to address a public meeting on May 1 from 4.30 pm to 9.45 pm. But according to the conditions, no supporter will be able to raise any kind of slogan in the rally and self-discipline will have to be followed. No person or group of individuals should be insulted in the rally regarding any race, caste, language, varna, state, place of birth, religion etc.

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Strict action will be taken for violation of conditions
Raj Thackeray has been given permission to hold a rally in Aurangabad, but he has also been bound by many rules and regulations. According to which, the seating capacity in the ground is 15000 people, in such a situation it has been clearly said that more people should not be invited. If this happens, the organizer will be responsible for it. The sound of loudspeaker in the meeting should be as per the guidelines of the Supreme Court. It is clearly stated in these conditions that, in case of violation of any condition, action will be taken against all the organizers, speakers under the law.

Fully comply with the Arms Act
Raj Thackeray Rally Aurangabad Along with allowing Raj Thackeray to organize the rally, it has been said that no weapons, swords, explosives etc. should be brought during the program and the Arms Act should be fully complied with.

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