Hanuman Chalisa Controversy: Who sought permission to read Hanuman Chalisa outside PM Modi's residence?

Publish Date: 26 Apr, 2022 |
 

Mumbai North District Working President Fahmida Hasan Khan has written a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah. And requested that they should be allowed to read Namaz, Hanuman Chalisa, Navkar Mantra and Guru Granth outside the residence of Honorable Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India. 

Fahmida Hassan in the letter

Fahmida Hassan has said, if Ravi Rana and Navneet Rana are seeing benefit from reciting Hanuman Chalisa outside Matoshree, then they want to recite all religions outside PM Modi's house to benefit the country. Fahmida Hassan said, she always recites Hanuman Chalisa and Durga Chalisa at her home. She said, the way unemployment and inflation are increasing in the country, it has become necessary to wake up the Prime Minister of the country. If by awakening Hindutva, inflation and unemployment can be reduced from the country and the country benefits, then she wants to recite Sarvadharma outside PM Modi's house. 

Shiv sena also attacked BJP

Shiv Sena had also attacked the BJP. In its mouthpiece 'Saamna' Shiv Sena has written, The ruckus started by the Bharatiya Janata Party in the name of Hindutva cannot be supported. Hindutva is a culture and culture, not a ruckus. Chanting of Hanuman Chalisa is not banned in the state. Despite this, why did the Rana couple (Amravati MP Navneet Rana and husband MLA Ravi Rana) wanted to chant it in front of Matoshree?

Shiv Sena said, if they wanted to chant Hanuman Chalisa at the national level, they should have chanted it at the residence of Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, PM Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah instead of Matoshree. 

 

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