The campaign against loudspeakers is continuing in Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Yogi Adityanath. So far, more than 20,000 loudspeakers have been removed from religious places while over 40,000 voices have been controlled.
The controversy over loudspeakers in the country is still going on. However, this controversy started after Raj Thackeray’s statement. Raj Thackeray had said in Maharashtra that if the mosques do not stop aaan through loudspeakers, then we will play Hanuman Chalisa through loudspeakers. Since then the controversy has started. Politics has started in the whole country regarding loudspeakers. Some parties are supporting the removal of loudspeakers from religious places, while some are opposing. In the midst of all this, the campaign against loudspeakers is continuing in Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Yogi Adityanath. So far, more than 20,000 loudspeakers have been removed from religious places while over 40,000 voices have been controlled.
— Raj Thackeray (@RajThackeray) April 28, 2022
Now Raj Thackeray is praising Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for this. Raj Thackeray made a tweet praising Yogi. In his tweet, Raj Thackeray wrote that I wholeheartedly congratulate and grateful to the Yogi government for removing loudspeakers from religious places, especially mosques. The MNS chief said that unfortunately we do not have any yogi in Maharashtra. We have sufferers. Raj Thackeray has given an ultimatum to the Maharashtra government to remove loudspeakers from religious places, especially mosques, in the state by May 3, triggering a political controversy over the issue in the state.
In Uttar Pradesh, a state-wide campaign is being launched to remove unauthorized loudspeakers from religious places and to set others’ voices within permissible limits. For now, refusing to accept Raj Thackeray’s demand, the Maharashtra government threw the ball into the court of the Center and said that since the direction on the use of loudspeakers came from the Supreme Court, the central government should frame guidelines for the same. Raj Thackeray had praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past and supported his candidacy for the Prime Minister’s post in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
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