Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has been fired for giving an ultimatum to remove loudspeakers from a mosque, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said on Thursday, adding that the government had taken it “seriously” and would not allow anyone in the state. Destroy the environment.
Wallace Patil’s remarks came a day after Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar was criticized for raising the issue, and the MNS chief asked the state government to issue an ultimatum by May 3 to remove loudspeakers from mosques. Take it “seriously”.
“The government has taken it seriously. Police are ready for the upcoming festivals including Hanuman Jayanti. We will not allow anyone to disturb the environment of this state,” the minister told reporters here. Walse Patil said the MNS and the Bharatiya Janata Party were referring to the court’s decision to remove the loudspeakers from the mosque.
He said the court’s decision “no one should use loudspeakers loudly from 10pm to 8am, so the court ordered the removal of such people from temples, mosques or other places. No decision was made. Installed with permission.” The loudspeaker has been removed. “
Wallace Patil also denied allegations by BJP leader Devendra Fardnavis that NCP leaders were pursuing a policy of appeasement and polarizing society along communal lines.
Wallace Patil further said that the position of NCP, Congress, BJP and other parties on Article 370 was “clear”. However, he did not give details. Sneering at Power, Farnavis said the senior leader had earlier said that the connection of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim with Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik was being talked about because he was a Muslim. In contrast, Wallace Patil said the BJP was “intentionally” linking Malik to Dawood and that there was “nothing new” in it.
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