Will continue playing Hanuman Chalisa at mosques, not 1-day event, says MNS chief Raj Thackeray

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray. PTI

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray. PTI

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena boss Raj Thackeray on Wednesday said that playing Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques is certifiably not a one-day issue, it will happen until the public authority tends to the circumstance as per what the Supreme Court has said about amplifiers. This is certifiably not a strict issue by any means and a social issue, which must be seen first, the MNS boss said adding that when rehashed requests don’t work, fight is the main way.

“Apparently, there are north of 1,140 mosques in Mumbai. Out of these, 135 mosques played azaan at 5am abusing the rules. I need to ask the police what move you will start against these mosques. Or on the other hand, moves are just to be initiated against our laborers,” Raj Thackeray said tending to a press meeting at his home in Mumbai.

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‘In Mumbai itself, more than 140 MNS laborers have been kept by Mumbai police for doing what organization should do,” the MNS boss said adding that he and his party isn’t against lawful amplifiers. Then again, his dissent is against unlawful amplifiers at sanctuaries also. “My point is that all unlawful amplifiers ought to be taken out from mosques. Until they are eliminated, we will proceed with our tumults. As indicated by Supreme Court runs, the amplifier shouldn’t surpass 45-55 decibels which is the sound blender processor in our kitchen makes,” Raj Thackeray said.

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