Assam Chief Minister Himanta Bishwa Sharma has issued a statement on the outbreak of violence on Hanuman Jayanti. He said that Hanuman ji has been in this country for 5000 years, there is no law that you can control Hanuman ji. “I don’t think Hanuman Chalisa can be a problem for any Muslim in the country,” he said.
Regarding the loudspeaker controversy in Maharashtra, CM Hemant Bishwa Sharma said, “The Maharashtra government should control law and order. The Maharashtra government should also say that the law and order situation in the state should not be taken care of.”
The decision of the Home Department of the Maharashtra government amid Raj Thackeray’s threat
We inform you that in the wake of Raj Thackeray’s threat to remove loudspeakers in the mosque after May 3, the Home Department of the Maharashtra government has taken a big decision. The department has banned the installation of loudspeakers in any religious place without permission. That means now you have to get the permission of the police to install the loudspeaker.
According to sources, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil will soon hold a meeting with the Maharashtra DGP on the issue. Strict action will be taken against anyone who uses loudspeakers without permission.
Twenty-five people have so far been arrested in connection with the Delhi violence during religious processions
At the same time, 25 accused have so far been arrested in connection with the violence at a religious procession marking the Hanuman Jayanti in Delhi. The accused in the case are constantly being identified and arrested. At the same time, the Union Home Ministry has decided to impose NSA on five accused in the Delhi violence. Similar harsh measures may be taken against the rest of the accused in the future. Earlier, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had directed the Delhi Police to take stern action.
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