Raj Thackeray’s warning became the neck of the Uddhav government, now Maharashtra government in action mode

Mumbai | Loudspeaker Controversy: The loudspeaker controversy in Maharashtra has now deepened. Maharashtra’s Uddhav government has swung into action mode after MNS chief Raj Thackeray in Aurangabad once again repeated the warning to remove loudspeakers from mosques. Also, the last date for Thackeray’s warning is also May 3, which is getting fulfilled tomorrow, Tuesday. In such a situation, security has been increased in Maharashtra regarding any kind of incident.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray replied:

Action after the violation of the conditions of the rally came to light

If reports are to be believed, State Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil is going to hold a meeting with senior police officers of Maharashtra today. In which, in view of Raj Thackeray’s warning, the police system in sensitive parts of the state will be discussed. Along with this, it is also reported that the conditions on which Raj Thackeray was allowed to rally in Aurangabad. Aurangabad Police Commissioner is investigating in this regard which of them were violated. Action will also be taken after violation of the conditions.

Raj Thackeray said- I am not responsible if anything happens

Loudspeaker Controversy: Let us tell you that, MNS chief Raj Thackeray reiterated his same warning in Aurangabad rally and if loudspeakers are not removed even after the deadline given till May 3 to remove loudspeakers from mosques, then whatever happens after that I I will not be responsible. In the rally, Thackeray roared that, if they do not understand well, we will also show them the strength of Maharashtra and from May 4, all Hindus will play Hanuman Chalisa in double the voice from the residence of mosques playing loudspeakers.

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