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Raj Thackeray’s statement regarding loudspeaker is against the constitution, no one can do dadagiri – Athawale

Loudspeaker Row: Political ruckus continues in Maharashtra over loudspeakers and Hanuman Chalisa. MNS Chief Raj Thackeray has warned many times about the removal of loudspeakers. Meanwhile, now Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Affairs Ramdas Athawale has objected to Raj Thackeray’s statement regarding removal of loudspeakers from mosques.

No one can do Dadagiri in Mosques – Athawale
Talking to the media, Athawale said, “Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Raj Thackeray has announced that loudspeakers should be removed from mosques or else they will recite Hanuman Chalisa. We oppose the role of Thackeray.” Republican Party of India (Athawale) president Athawale said that no one can do Dadagiri in mosques and those looking after religious places will have to decide the volume. The police will have to inform them.

‘Raj Thackeray’s statement against the Constitution’
Athawale said, “The Republican Party opposes the closure of ‘Azaan’ or the removal of loudspeakers from the mosque and reciting Hanuman Chalisa in front of the mosque. Republican Party supports Hindu-Muslim unity. ”He said that action should be taken against those who create problems. Stating that Thackeray’s statement was against the Constitution, he said that his party opposes the stand of MNS. However, even before this, Athawale has opposed Raj Thackeray on this issue.

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