In Maharashtra, even if you say a word against the Chief Minister, the ruling party, you have to go to five or ten places in jail. Opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis has lashed out at the Mahavikas Aghadi government, saying no matter what language is used about the country’s Prime Minister, that language is welcome in Maharashtra. He was speaking to the media at Nagpur airport.
Also, if someone is reciting Hanuman Chalisa, it cannot be stopped. If someone stops, they are wrong. But in India, Maharashtra or Nagpur, no one can ban Hanuman Chalisa. So there is no need to politicize in this context. Leader Devendra Fadnavis said that those who want to recite Hanuman Chalisa should do so.
When asked if the billboards in support of the Rana couple had images of top BJP leaders, it didn’t matter if the billboards were positive. However, he said that he had requested not to post negative images of the panel.
It is not forbidden to say Hanuman Chalisa anywhere in India, Maharashtra or Nagpur. If someone objects to saying Hanuman Chalisa, it is highly inappropriate. Everyone should use the correct language,” said Devendra Fadnavis.
The journalists said that the central government will have to go to Masana from the party which is the mouthpiece of Shiv Sena. Devendra Fadnavis also commented on that. “The law in Maharashtra now is that even if you say a word against the Chief Minister, the ruling party, you have to go to five or ten places in jail. But no matter what language is used about the Prime Minister of the country, those who use that language are welcome in Maharashtra. This is the tradition that Maharashtra has kept,” said Devendra Fadnavis.