The Loudspeaker Controversy in Maharashtra is not taking its name to stop. Mumbai's Mayor Kishori Pednekar said after MNS chief Raj Thackeray's ultimatum that strict action would be taken against him if he said anything objectionable in his speech.
As far as Hanuman Chalisa is concerned, no one including Muslims has opposed it. However, the law is one for all. Therefore, loudspeakers will be removed from temples and mosques. During this, he also appealed to everyone to maintain peace.
Kishori Pednekar also warned MNS workers regarding this controversy. He said, if MNS workers take the law into their own hands, then their whole life will be spent in going around the court. The Mayor of Mumbai said that because of Raj Thackeray, loudspeakers are also being removed from the temples.
Many people in the village lived away from temples, so loudspeakers were used for them. However, now they will be removed. Pednekar said that this act of MNS chief Raj Thackeray is anti-Hindu.
Raj Thackeray had said that I have given an ultimatum till May 3 to remove loudspeakers in mosques, if it is not removed by then, I will not be responsible for whatever happens. The MNS chief had said that on May 4, Hindus should also play Hanuman Chalisa in double voice in front of mosques. "If Muslims do not understand well, we will show them the power of Maharashtra."