Maharashtra BJP adamant on demand to open temples

Mumbai: Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers staged a protest in several cities of the state last Monday to protest against the Maha Vikas Aghadi led government's not allowing temples to be opened in Maharashtra. You all must be aware that temples in Maharashtra are closed due to the corona epidemic. Social distance rules were not followed during strike demonstrations at many places last Monday. An FIR has been registered against former minister and senior BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar and other activists for violating covid-19 rules in Mumbai recently.

In fact, recently, an officer has given information about it. He said, "Gamdevi police first detained Mungantiwar and 30 other activists and later an FIR was registered against all of them.'' Let us also tell you that a demonstration was organized by the BJP's spiritual Aghadi at Pune, Mumbai, Nashik, Nagpur, Pandharpur, Aurangabad, and other places where protesters rang bells and conch shells. On the other hand, in Pune and Aurangabad, BJP workers tried to forcibly enter the closed temples but the police stopped everyone.

BJP's Maharashtra unit president Chandrakant Patil, who led the protest in Pune city, hurled the state government for allowing liquor and other shops to operate. In fact, he asked, "Does the fear of a possible third wave of the epidemic not apply to liquor shops and other shops? Does the Coronavirus talk to them (the government) and say that it will attack only if the temples reopen.'' At the same time, he alleged that the ruling Shiv Sena was not allowing the reopening of temples to "appease its allies- Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).''

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