Shock to Raj Thackeray! Angry party leader resigns over demand to remove loudspeakers from mosques

Mumbai | Maharashtra Loudspeaker Controversy: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has suffered a major setback. The statements given by him to remove loudspeakers from mosques seem to be overshadowing him. There is resentment among the leaders of his own party over these statements. After which a leader of the party has resigned. MNS State Secretary Irfan Sheikh (Irfan SheikhRegarding Raj Thackeray’s statements, he said that he has resigned from the party after party president Raj Thackeray stood by his advocacy of removing loudspeakers from mosques.

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Time has come to say ‘Jai Maharashtra’ to the party
Maharashtra Loudspeaker Controversy: MNS State Secretary Irfan Sheikh, in a letter to Raj Thackeray, said that he is resigning from the party with a heavy heart, regarding the statements demanding removal of loudspeakers from mosques. Shaikh, posting this letter on Facebook, said that the party for which he has worked and considered everything, if the same party takes a hateful stand against that community, then now it is time to say ‘Jai Maharashtra’ (Goodbye). The time has come.

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Warning to remove loudspeakers from all mosques before May 3
Significantly, MNS chief Raj Thackeray has demanded removal of loudspeakers from mosques while advocating for Uniform Civil Code. 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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Jyotsna Reddy

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