Loudspeaker controversy: Karnataka govt issues instructions, Raj Thackeray says in Maharashtra – don’t test our patience
Loudspeaker controversy: Loudspeaker controversy is growing in the country. The issue has now spread to other states through Maharashtra. The latest news is from Karnataka. The Karnataka government has issued guidelines for the use of loudspeakers. It called for the removal of loudspeakers which were not allowed to be used. Controversy arose after some Hindu organizations such as Shri Ram Sena, Bajrang Dal and Hindu Jan Jagarti chanted like azan in the morning. In view of the growing controversy, Chief Minister Biswaraj Bomai had called a meeting on Monday. Guidelines were then issued. The guidelines, citing the Supreme Court’s order, said that loudspeakers should not be used without the permission of the concerned authority.
Raj Thackeray wrote a letter to Adhu not to test our patience.
In Maharashtra, Maharashtra No Norman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray has written a letter to Chief Minister Adu Thackeray regarding the use of loudspeakers in mosques. In it, Raj Thackeray has warned them not to test the patience of the MNS. No one came to power with copper. Not even you, Adhu Thackeray. This is perhaps the first time he has addressed his cousin by the name of Adu Thackeray in the letter. He said that notices have been issued to more than 28,000 MNS workers.
Raj Thackeray has asked in a letter why this police operation is for. Not removing loudspeakers from mosques which are causing noise pollution. Police are looking for MNS leaders as if they were Pakistani terrorists. The MNS chief wondered if the police were so strict in tracking down terrorists or weapons hidden in mosques. People are watching this position of the state government very closely.
Raj Thackeray had earlier warned the state government to remove loudspeakers from mosques by May 4.