Amid loudspeakers row, Raj Thackeray booked under Arms Act for flashing sword at an event

Raj Thackeray booked under Arms Act: A case has been registered against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray in Thane under Arms Act. A video of Raj Thackeray had gone viral in which he was seen waving a sword during an event in Thane. A case has also been registered against Raj Thackeray along with two other workers.

Raj Thackeray is once again in the headlines for demanding removal of loudspeakers from mosques. Raj Thackeray is continuously pressurizing the Maha Vikas Aghadi government to remove loudspeakers from mosques, he has now given an ultimatum to the government till May 3. Even before this, he has been pressurizing the government on the loudspeaker issue. On the occasion of Ram Navami, MNS workers had put up loudspeakers in front of Shiv Sena Bhavan and recited Hanuman Chalisa there, after which the police detained several MNS workers .

In fact, during a rally, Raj Thackeray, while demanding the removal of loudspeakers from mosques, had warned that if the loudspeakers were not removed from the mosques, then the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa would be played in front of the mosques in a loud voice. After this, MNS workers have started reciting Hanuman Chalisa at different places by installing loudspeakers.

Raj Thackeray booked under Arms Act

MNS and Shiv Sena are now seen coming face to face on the issue of removing loudspeakers from mosques in Maharashtra. On MNS chief’s demand to remove loudspeaker, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said that BJP has given exemption to Raj Thackeray. Taking a jibe at the BJP, Raut said, “Whenever Hindutva was attacked, Uddhav Thackeray was in front, Balasaheb Thackeray was there and we were, BJP was nowhere.”

On Raj Thackeray’s ultimatum to remove loudspeakers by May 3, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that there is no need to give importance to Raj Thackeray. “When the time comes, we will respond, we have answers to every question,” Pawar said.

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