Raj Thackeray should apologise to north Indians before Ayodhya visit, says Union minister Ramdas Athawale

Union Minister and RPI(A) boss Ramdas Athawale has asked MNS head Raj Thackeray to apologize to north Indians prior to visiting Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh one month from now.

Conversing with correspondents on Monday during his visit here, Athawale said Maharashtra needs a Brahmin boss pastor.

Association pastor and senior BJP pioneer Raosaheb Danve had recently said he wishes to consider a Brahmin people group part to be the main priest of Maharashtra, as of now headed by Shiv Sena’s Uddhav Thackeray.

As of late, BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh went against Raj Thackeray’s proposed visit to Ayodhya on June 5 and cautioned that he won’t be permitted to enter the Uttar Pradesh city till he offered an open acknowledgment for “embarrassing” north Indians.

The MNS, in its underlying years, supported the reason for ‘Marathi Manoos’, and had sent off an unsettling in 2008 during which competitors from north India, who showed up at Kalyan close here to take a rail route test, were attacked.

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Last month, Raj Thackeray requested amplifiers be eliminated from mosques in Maharashtra, a stand which the primary resistance BJP upheld.

Athawale said, “Prior to going to Ayodhya, Raj Thackeray ought to apologize to north Indians.” The RPI(A) pioneer said Maharashtra needs a “Brahmin boss clergyman”. Senior BJP pioneer Devendra Fadnavis was the ideal decision for the top post in the state, he added.

The Union pastor said the Shiv Sena made a “grave mix-up” by lining up with the Congress and the NCP to shape government in Maharashtra.

Athawale, whose party is a constituent of the NDA government at the Center, said his outfit will challenge the 2024 Maharashtra Assembly political decision in union with the BJP, and communicated certainty that they will win the surveys and come to drive. PTI

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