Raj Thackeray postpones Ayodhya visit. Why? He will tell at Pune rally | Latest News India

Raj Thackeray will visit Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh on June 5 amidst a loud bang.

Raj Thackeray, chief of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), announced that he had postponed his June 5 Ayodhya visit, without giving further details. The 53-year-old leader said he would share the reason for his rally in Pune on Sunday.

MNS chiefs have been the focus of major controversy in the state over the past few weeks after they opposed the use of loudspeakers in mosques.

A few posters surfaced in Mumbai this week that show the party’s warning that the state of Maharashtra will “get up” if anyone tries to harm their leader.

His comments on the use of loudspeakers led to a flurry of meetings by the state government on the issue. The neighboring Karnataka was also involved in the same controversy. But Shiv Sena leaders have been bitterly critical of his statement.

Last month, Raj Thackeray praised Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath amid the UP government’s move on loudspeakers. “Unfortunately in Maharashtra, we have no yogis; We are ‘heirs’. Here’s hoping and praying, good sense prevails, “the MNS chief said.

Maharashtra Minister Aditya Thackeray will also visit the state next month. However, the ruling Shiv has insisted that the visit is “not political.”

We do not have to learn from those who hired Hindutva. In April, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut said in April that some tried to dilute politics by taking down Hanuman Chalisa and loudspeakers before the Kolhapur by-election.

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