Loudspeakers row not religious but social, says MNS chief Raj Thackeray

MNS Chief Raj Thackeray. File photo

MNS Chief Raj Thackeray. File photo

Asserting that the issue connected with amplifiers outside spots of love isn’t strict however friendly, MNS boss Raj Thackeray on Wednesday said the volume of amplifiers ought to be according to the rules of the Supreme Court.

“It isn’t just about mosques. There are a few sanctuaries where unlawful amplifiers are running. I have proactively clarified that it (unlawful amplifiers) is certifiably not a strict issue however a social one,” the MNS boss said.

Focusing on the Udhav Thackeray government, Raj Thackeray said: “We need harmony in the state. Yet, what move are you (government/police) initiating against the 135 mosques that disregarded the Supreme Court rules today. You (police) are making a move just against our laborers,” he said.

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Raj Thackeray said all unlawful amplifiers ought to be eliminated from mosques.

“Until they are taken out, we will proceed with our disturbance,” he said.

“We will keep on playing Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques at the hour of ‘Azaan’ until all unlawful amplifiers are taken out,” he added.

Weighty security was sent at a few puts in Mumbai and connecting urban communities on Wednesday, a day after Maharashtra Navnirman Sena boss Raj Thackeray asked individuals to play Hanuman Chalisa on amplifiers any place they hear amplifiers ‘blasting azaan’.

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