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In a letter to Raj Thackeray, Sheikh said that he is resigning from the party with a heavy heart. Shaikh said that the party for which he has worked, if the same party adopts hatred against the community to which he belongs, then it is time to say goodbye.
Maharashtra (Maharashtra) loudspeaker issue inside (Azaan Loudspeaker Issue) Every day new statements and changes are coming to the fore. Politics is getting heated in the state regarding this. According to media reports, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena on Thursday (MNS) State Secretary Irfan Sheikh has said goodbye to the party. There is a discussion in the political corridors that Irfan is said to be very angry with Raj Thackeray’s loudspeaker statement. After which he has decided to leave the party. State Secretary Irfan Shaikh said that he left the party after party president Raj Thackeray stuck to his advocacy of removing loudspeakers from mosques.
Posted resignation on facebook
Raj Thakrey (MNS Chief Raj Thackeray) In a letter to, Sheikh said that he is resigning from the party with a heavy heart. Sheikh shared this letter with a Facebook post. Shaikh said in his post that the party for which he has worked and believed everything, if the same party takes a hateful stand against the community to which he belongs, then now is the time to say Jai Maharashtra (Goodbye). Has gone.
Rajsaheb Thackeray was a ray of hope
He said that when it was formed, the idea of MNS was to do casteless politics. Sheikh said that Rajsaheb Thackeray was a ray of hope. But during the Gudi Padwa rally, we got to see and hear something different. Shaikh asked why the MNS felt the need to follow those forces which practice the politics of hate. In the letter, Sheikh said that Thackeray (MNS Chief Raj Thackeray) Got doubts about Azan and mosques after 16 years. Sheikh also wondered why he never spoke on the issue when Thackeray was with him. He said that sir, you may not be wrong on your part. But we are feeling that something serious is about to happen. Please accept my resignation. Thackeray had strongly advocated the removal of loudspeakers from mosques.
Warning to remove loudspeakers from mosques before Eid
Actually Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Chief Raj Thackeray (MNS Chief Raj Thackeray) raised the issue of loudspeakers in mosques. After which a debate broke out in Maharashtra as well as in other states of the country. Raj Thackeray had warned the Maharashtra government on 2 April and that the loudspeakers should be removed from all the mosques before May 3 i.e. Eid, otherwise MNS workers would play Hanuman Chalisa on the loudspeaker in front of the mosque.
Only Balasaheb had the ability to warn the government
Now there has been a political upheaval in the state due to this statement. The Maharashtra government and its allies are calling MNS the B team of the BJP. Where Raj Thackeray (MNS Chief Raj Thackeray) Stick to your statement. According to reports, Raj Thackeray is going to recite Hanuman Chalisa on 22 April. Although he has described the loudspeaker as a social issue. He says that this troubles everyone. Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut (Shivsena MP Sanjay Raut) has hit back at this controversy. He said that only Balasaheb Thackeray had the ability to warn the government.
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