Mumbai: Amid the reading of Hanuman Chalisa and loudspeaker controversy in the country's financial capital Mumbai, MNS chief Raj Thackeray had announced that he will visit Ayodhya on June 5. But now Raj Thackeray said that he does not want his party men to discuss about his Visit to Ayodhya in front of the media. For this, he has also issued a warning to the party workers.
At the same time, Raj Thackeray said that only the party's nominated spokesperson has the right to talk on the issue, and no one else has the right to talk on this issue. A statement issued by Raj Thackeray said that no one in the party should talk to reporters about my visit to Ayodhya. The party has appointed spokespersons. They'll talk about it. No one else should put their mind on it and talk about it. Those who have been given the responsibility should also speak responsibly. You need to know about the language. Everyone in the party should take it seriously.
When Raj Thackeray had announced to go to Ayodhya, after this, the Maharashtra Congress had asked the question, asking whether the MNS chief would apologise to the North Indians before his visit to Ayodhya. Congress leader Atul Londhe asked whether the Maharashtra BJP accepts the role of Raj Thackeray in connection with north Indians. While BJP MP Brij Bhushan demands an apology from Raj Thackeray. In such a situation, the people should understand the role of BJP leaders in Maharashtra. However, the MNS and the BJP have not responded to this so far.