BJP behind Hanuman Chalisa controversy: Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena claimed in an editorial in his Saamana mouthpiece that the BJP was behind the Hanuman Chalisa controversy that erupted in Maharashtra, and the party did all it could to spoil the atmosphere.

Amravati MP Navnit Rana and her MLA husband Ravi Rana have been in the news since Hanuman Chalisa’s reading outside Matoshri was announced. Both are currently in custody.

Saamana wrote: “If the Rana couple had to perform Hanuman Chalis at the national level, they had to read it outside the residence of Speaker Lok Sabha Om Birli, the residence of the Prime Minister, the Union Minister of the Interior. Hindutwa is growing in Maharashtra because Uddhav Thackeray is the leader of the state. ” do ».

Behind this is BJP’s frustrated mind

The editorial reads: “Why stubbornly go to Matoshri and recite Hanuman Chalisa? Behind this is BJP’s frustrated mind. They planned to spoil the atmosphere of Mumbai by pushing the Rana couple forward, and everything was done in this order, which made Shiv Sainik angry and it became difficult for the Rana couple to get out of the house.

“Ms. Rana ran in the Lok Sabha election from Amravati on the basis of a fake caste certificate. Navnit Kaur Rana and her father Harbhajan Singh Kundless submitted forged documents to obtain a caste certificate. Rana’s place received a fake caste certificate, “Saamana said.

On Saturday, Amravati Lok Sabha MP Navit Rana and her husband, MLA member Ravi Rana, announced their plan to sing Hanuman Chalisa near Matoshri, the private residence of Udhhawa Thackeray, the state’s chief minister.

The editorial also claims that Navnet Kaur participated in and won the Amravati election on the basis of fake certificates.

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