Raj Thackeray urges PM Modi to bring in Uniform Civil Code, population control law

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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray held a public rally in Pune on May 22. At the event, Raj Thackeray requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring Uniform Civil Code and population control law.

“I request the Prime Minister to bring the Uniform Civil Code at the earliest, also bring a law on population control and change the name of Aurangabad to Sambhajinagar,” said Thackeray.

Addressing the MNS workers at the rally, Thackeray lashed out at the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government and accused them of allowing the AIMIM to win the Lok Sabha seat of Aurangabad. He said, “The MVA ruling party is responsible for allowing AIMIM to spread its wings. It is shocking that an AIMIM candidate (Imtiaz Jaleel) defeated a Shiv Sena candidate (Chandrakant Khaire) and got elected as MP in Aurangabad”.

“I thought Maharashtra would start boiling after AIMIM elected representatives went to Aurangzeb’s tomb and offered flowers to the Mughal king who had come to this region to kill Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. But Sharad Pawar saheb said Aurangzeb was here to spread his kingdom,” added Raj Thackeray.

AYODHYA TOUR

Raj Thackeray said that his Ayodhya tour was postponed because of his hip bone joint replacement. “I am making it clear so that there is no misinformation spread by the media,” he said.

“Two days ago, I tweeted about postponing my Ayodhya visit. I intentionally gave the statement to allow everyone to give their reactions. Those who were against my Ayodhya visit were trying to trap me, but I decided not to fall into this controversy,” Thackeray added.

Talking more on his Ayodhya visit, Raj Thackeray alleged that a trap was laid out for him by those who did not like his loudspeaker protest.

“I know, with prevailing tension in UP, if I had gone there, then someone might have attacked me and my MNS workers would have given a befitting reply. And then there would have been cases registered against my MNS cadre. It was a trap for me and my MNS cadre. So, I decided to wait for a while,” said Raj Thackeray.

He further added that he was ready to take criticism but cannot put his party workers in a legal battle.

UDDAV THACKERAY’S HINDUTVA REMARK

Raj Thackeray targeted CM Uddhav Thackeray over his Hindutva remark and asked, “Which Hindutva is Uddhav Thackeray talking about?” He added, “What is the logic in talking like this on the issue of Sambhajinagar. Are you Mahatma Gandhi or Vallabhbhi Patel?” CM Uddhav Thackeray at his rally in Mumbai has said that there is no need to change the name of Sambhajinagar as it is Sambhajinagar only. “Are you selling some washing power when you compare whose Hindutva is true Hindutva. The fact is that for true Hindutva people need results and we give the Marathi people the true results”, said Raj Thackeray.

The MNS chief also targeted the Maharashtra CM and asked if there was any case of protest against him. “Show me one movement which I abandoned midway. I took over the Toll Naka movement and closed almost 64 toll plazas in the state. Do they have no responsibility? Pakistani artists came to Bollywood. They were expelled from this country.”

While lashing out at Aditya Thackeray, he said, “Aditya Thackeray said that Balasaheb would have been happy if he had seen the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. Sharad Pawar said that they fought during the daytime and ate together at night. Shiv Sena doesn’t realise that the credibility of Balasaheb is being ruined”.

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