Raj Thackeray’s Ayodhya visit called off for now, MNS chief to clear the air at Pune rally on Sunday

The much-talked Ayodhya visit by Maharashtra President Navnirman Sena (MNS) Raj Thackeray on June 5, has been canceled for the time being.

“For now, the Ayodhya visit has been cancelled…. I will talk about it in May 22 gathering in PuneRaj Thackeray tweeted on Friday morning.

The movement’s leaders said Raj Thackeray suffered a leg injury a year and a half ago and underwent surgery. “During his two-day visit to Pune earlier this week, our party chief complained of severe pain and had to go back to Mumbai. Now after consulting doctors, he is likely to undergo another surgery,” said one of the movement’s leaders.

The visit of the head of the movement to Ayodhya sparked controversy after that The BJP’s Uttar Pradesh MP Brij Bhushan Singh strongly opposed itDemands an apology from Raj Thackeray for the attacks on people from Uttar Pradesh and other North Indians in Mumbai in 2008. Raj Thackeray has refused to respond to this request.

Shiv Sena, on the other hand, confirmed the party leader and Maha Vikas Agadi, the minister Aditya Thackeray will visit Ayodhya On June 15th and also visit ISKCON Temple. “Hundreds of Shiv Sainiks are going to Ayodhya on 15th June under the leadership of Aditya Thackeray. There is no policy behind this. This is an issue of our faith. Prime Minister Udhav Thackeray has also visited Ayodhya in the past and will visit in the future as well,” said Shiv Sena spokesperson, Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena shares a special bond with Ayodhya.

Meanwhile, Raut said, “I learned that some other party leaders have canceled their visit to Ayodhya. If anyone needs any help or encounters difficulties, we will give all the help.”

Referring to the BJP’s hand behind the cancellation of the visit, Reut added: “The BJP is using some political leaders for their own gain. These leaders must realize their folly and not allow them to be used by the BJP for its own selfish ends.”

Meanwhile, Raj Thackeray will hold a rally at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch in Pune at 10am on Sunday. A previous rally scheduled for Saturday along the course of the Motha River in the Deccan region has been canceled due to the possibility of rain.

“We had earlier planned to hold the mass gathering in the open area at the riverbed. But since there is an expectation of rain, we have decided to hold a rally in Ganesh Kala Krida Manch where the crowd will be protected from rain,” said Pala Nandjaonkar, the movement’s leader.

The head of the MNS in Pune, Sinath Babar, said they had not requested police permission to gather on Saturday. “Our party will address a crowd at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch on Sunday and we are making preparations for that,” he said.

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