The issue of NSM President Raj Thackeray’s visit to Ayodhya is now being discussed. Previously, Raj Thackeray’s visit to Ayodhya was discussed, but now the tour has been postponed. In this context, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut lashed out saying, “If you had asked for help for the Ayodhya tour, we would have cooperated.” MNS has now given an explanation about this. This response has been given to arguments that started after Raj Thackeray’s tweet that Ayodhya’s tour was postponed.
Raj Thackeray’s tweet
Raj Thackeray tweeted this morning that Ayodhya’s tour has been postponed. “Ayodhya’s tour was postponed immediately! Soldiers of Maharashtra, come on! Let’s talk about this in detail,” Raj Thackeray clarified in this tweet, who will make a statement on the matter at the meeting to be held on May 22 in Pune In this context, MNS has responded after being attacked by Sanjay Raut.
“I would have helped Raj Thackeray”
Sanjay Raut has said that if he had asked us, he would have helped Raj Thackeray. “Some other party events were there. They canceled it. But if they needed any support for the event on June 5, we would have given it to them. In Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, there is a large part of the people who believe in Shiv Sena. It is too late for some people to realize that we are being used by the BJP,” said Sanjay Raut.
“Everyone in Pune will be held accountable!”
Meanwhile, MNS Secretary General Kirti Kumar Shinde has focused on the controversy that started after the tour was postponed through a Facebook post. “It just came to our notice then. A leader who is taking on many chief ministers of the state for the sake of Maharashtra, a leader who does not hesitate to criticize the prime minister for the sake of the nation, will that leader change his mind by blathering like An MP? The media and the opposition should not make any new political discoveries in interpreting the moratorium. Everyone will be held accountable, in Pune!” Kirti Kumar Shinde has made such a post on Facebook.
Meanwhile, the cancellation of Ayodhya’s tour just two days before the Pune rally and the ensuing debate has sparked curiosity in political circles about Raj Thackeray’s Pune rally.