'Real coming, beware fake,' Shiv Sena hits out at Raj Thackeray
'Real coming, beware fake,' Shiv Sena hits out at Raj Thackeray

Mumbai: The loudspeaker controversy and the Hanuman Chalisa issue have been hot in Maharashtra these days. However, during this time, there is a lot of rhetoric going on between Shiv Sena and MNS chief Raj Thackeray. Now on May 14, the Shiv Sena is going to hold a rally which chief minister Uddhav Thackeray is going to be attended along with other leaders. In such a situation, as a preparation for this rally, the Shiv Sena is putting up posters from place to place.


In fact, now the Shiv Sena is targeting Raj Thackeray through posters and is also alerting people through posters without naming him. In this poster, it is said that the real ones are coming, in such a way that people should be wary of the fake ones. In fact, in the poster released by the Shiv Sena, Raj Thackeray has been targeted without taking names. At the same time, appealing to the common people to join the rally, the Shiv Sena wrote on the poster, "One must come to the rally to hear the cries of real Hindutva."

At the same time, Raj Thackeray has also been surrounded on the poster, calling him fake and it is written, "The real is coming, fake be beware." Let me tell you that this poster has been shared by the Shiv Sena on its Twitter handle. At the same time, this poster is also being put up at different places and seeing it, people have started giving their own reactions.

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