Ram Rajya in Maharashtra, hundreds of Shiv Sainiks to visit Ayodhya: Sanjay Raut

Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has cancelled his visit to Ayodhya scheduled for June 5. and now on this, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said, "This program of Raj Thackeray is not taking place, but under the leadership of Aaditya Thackeray, hundreds of Shiv Sainiks will go to Ayodhya on June 15 (Sanjay Raut on Shiv Sena Ayodhya Tour)." With this, Sanjay Raut further said, "If there is an attempt to bring Ram Rajya in Maharashtra, then if we get the blessings of Lord Shri Ram, then it will definitely lead to the development chariot of Maharashtra towards Ram Rajya." 

Apart from this, Sanjay Raut also said, "I don't know that he (Raj Thackeray) is not being scheduled to go to Ayodhya. Anyone can go for a glimpse of Shri Ram but I saw that the atmosphere there had deteriorated over a few days. BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh had put some questions before him. I think Raj Thackeray's programme is not happening because of this, but under the leadership of Aaditya Thackeray, hundreds of Shiv Sainiks will go to Ayodhya on June 15.''

Sanjay Raut further said, "This is our religious program, it is not a political programme. The Chief Minister has been to Ayodhya earlier also. If we get the blessings of Lord Shri Ram, then the development chariot of Maharashtra will definitely move towards Ram Rajya.''

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray announced on Friday that his visit to Ayodhya on June 5 has been cancelled. In fact, Raj Thackeray said on Twitter, "His visit to The City of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh has been cancelled for the time being and he will speak on it during a rally in Pune on the morning of May 22. In fact, Raj Thackeray's tweet has come amid reports that he is not healthy.''

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