MNS chief Raj Thackeray puts his much-hyped Ayodhya visit on hold

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) boss Raj Thackeray on Friday declared that his visit to Ayodhya planned on June 5 has been required to be postponed for the present, and said he would share the insights regarding it during his impending meeting in Pune.

The declaration comes in the midst of solid resistance from BJP MP from Uttar Pradesh Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who has cautioned that Thackeray won’t be permitted to enter Ayodhya till he offered a general acknowledgment for “embarrassing” north Indians previously.

Taking to Twitter, the MNS president said, “Ayodhya visit on hold for now. Insights regarding it will be given at the meeting in Pune on May 22.” The visit has been put off in the midst of reports that Thackeray was not keeping great.

Thackeray had declared about his visit to Ayodhya during his assemblies held the month before.

Discussing the turn of events, MNS pioneer Sandeep Deshpande said individuals ought to stand by till Sunday to know the reasons of the undoing of the visit.

One more MNS pioneer Bala Nandgaonkar said during his Pune rally on May 22, Raj Thackeray will make the reasons clear why he has put off the Ayodhya visit.

He would not answer to address on whether the MNS boss was unwell. “Wellbeing is a confidential matter,” he said.

In the mean time, Shiv Sena pioneer Sanjay Raut said there could be political purposes for the MNS boss’ most recent choice.

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“Individuals in Ayodhya have gone against Raj Thackeray’s visit and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has featured the outrage of the UP public by restricting his visit,” Raut said.

“I appeal to Lord Ram that Raj Thackeray’s wellbeing gets to the next level. The visit was exposed and presently it has been put off. There might be a few political reasons. BJP is known for its utilization and-toss strategy. Shiv Sena has emerged from it in the wake of encountering it for a long time,” he affirmed.

The BJP attempted to raise amplifier and Hanuman Chalisa issues to spellbind individuals, however nothing occurred, he said.

Raut added that Shiv Sena pioneer and state serve Aaditya Thackeray will visit Ayodhya on June 15 according to the timetable declared before, and added that it was anything but a political visit.

In April this year, Raj Thackeray requested that amplifiers be taken out from mosques in Maharashtra, a stand which the principal resistance BJP upheld. PTI

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