Shiv Sena has sharply attacked BJP in front of the mouthpiece. Shiv Sena has said that BJP appreciates Nathuram Godse but takes foreign guests to Gandhi Ashram to see India. In front of the mouthpiece, Shiv Sena said, “It is amazing that BJP follows the ideals of Nathuram Godse but when a foreign guest comes, he takes them to Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram to spin the wheel.” Attacking the central government on the front is written, Statue of Unity in Gujarat too but still foreign guests are brought to Sabarmati Ashram.
Recently, Shiv Sena has hit out at the BJP over communal violence in different parts of the country. “There was an atmosphere of communal tension in India during the visit of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The country’s capital Delhi. When the country became independent, there was an atmosphere of religious hatred and violence in India. After so many years, the British Prime Minister saw the same environment in India. Johnson saw India as it was when the British left.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson paid a two-day visit to India on April 21-22. He visited Sabarmati Ashram and Akshardham temple in Gujarat. He also met businessman Gautam Adani. Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi as his Khadi friend, Johnson said he had asked negotiators to reach a free trade agreement by Diwali this year.
On the other hand, Navneet Rana, an independent woman MP from Amravati in Maharashtra, has announced that she will recite Hanuman Chalisa outside Matoshri, which has heated up Maharashtra politics. Before leaving his house, Shiv Sena workers broke the barricade of his house. Although Rana said, no one can stop me. I will definitely read Hanuman Chalisa.
In the midst of political unrest, Amit Shah will leave for Bihar today to attend the GNSU convocation
Hanuman Chalisa controversy: Debate over Hanuman Chalisa in Maharashtra, commotion outside Navneet Rana’s house, Shiv Sena activists break barricade