Shiv Sena on Tuesday launched a heavy attack on Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has assured that the law and order situation in the country will not deteriorate just because a particular political party has made its decision to do so. Raut was referring to the movement’s president, Raj Thackeray. In her Saamana mouthpiece, Shiv Sena described Raj Thackeray as the mistress of the BJP. Besides, on the instructions of the Maharashtra government on Tuesday, the police also registered a case against Raj Thackeray on the basis of his statement on megaphone on May 1.
At a Maharashtra Day rally in Aurangabad on Sunday, movement chief Raj Thackeray reiterated his call to remove loudspeakers from mosques by May 4. He said we won’t listen from May 4th. If you bother with loudspeakers, we will also broadcast Hanuman Chalisa with double sound in front of mosques.
In response, an editorial in Saamana mouthpiece Shiv Sena said: “Shiv Sena was targeted in Mumbai on May 1, BJP mistress Sharad Pawar was targeted at her rally in Aurangabad.” In more detail in the email service comment, Raut clarified Mistress’s word here, saying, “Khel means to use people. Some small parties are used in politics to counter Maha Vikas Agade.”
“The government has to find out which political party has ‘contracted’ with the Hindu Oasis to disturb peace and harmony in the state. The government stands firm. Those who make threats do not have the power to upset law and order. The power behind them is restless because they could not come to power. in Maharashtra.
He also attacked Vadnavis
The BJP leader, Devendra Fadnavis, was attacked in an editorial of the newspaper Saamana. After Vadnavis said he was in Ayodhya when the Babri Mosque was demolished, an editorial in Saamana wondered if an “invisible person” had demolished the Babri Mosque. Said, “The Babri indictment sheet contains the names of many of the leaders of Shiv Sena and Shiv Cynks. Was Vadnavis the invisible man who brought down Babri? His role will have to be reconsidered.”