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Raj Thackeray said we will continue to quarrel over the Hanuman Chalisa megaphone in Maharashtra


Raj Thackeray, Maharashtra Chief Naf Nirman Sena (MNS) has made it clear that his agitation will continue until the megaphones are removed. On Wednesday, it also raised questions about the measures being taken against National Security Services workers. On Tuesday, Thackeray appealed to Hindus to play the Hanuman Chalisa through loudspeakers from mosques in case of the call to prayer. There is a police alert in many areas of the state.

According to news agency ANI, Thackeray said, “I say all illegal loudspeakers should be removed from mosques, and we will continue our agitation until they are removed.” “We want peace in the country,” he said. What action is (the police) taking against 135 mosques that violated the instructions of the Supreme Court today. You are only taking action against our workers.

The head of the movement said: “It is not only about mosques, there are many temples where illegal loudspeakers are played. I have already made it clear that this is not a religious issue but a social issue.

Thackeray announced the recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa until all the speakers were removed. “We will continue the Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques at the time of the call to prayer until the illegal loudspeakers are removed. I have to see what the court will do if the government does not follow the orders of the Supreme Court.

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“Hanuman Chalisa is not a matter of one day”
Thackeray said that the Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques is not a matter of the day. He said that this process will continue until the government resolves it in accordance with the directives of the Supreme Court.

The state spoke of a move against mosques
The state’s home ministry said there are a total of 1,140 mosques in Mumbai. Of those, 135 had used the megaphone before 6 a.m. today. Appropriate action will be taken against 135 mosques in violation of Supreme Court orders. In July 2005, the Supreme Court banned the use of loudspeakers in public places from 10 pm to 6 am.

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