Bjp Seeks Ramlila's Permission From Maharashtra Government, Says Rambhakta Uddhav

BJP seeks Ramlila’s permission from Maharashtra government, says Rambhakta Uddhav Thackeray should be allowed

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BJP MLAs Atul Bhatkhalkar and Ram Kadam have sought permission from the Uddhav government for Ramlila in Maharashtra. It is also said that Uddhav Thackeray calls himself a Ram devotee. In this case they should be allowed.

The BJP has further attacked the Maharashtra government amid ongoing controversy over the opening of temples in Maharashtra. BJP MLAs Atul Bhatkhalkar and Ram Kadam have sought permission from the Uddhav government for Ramlila in Maharashtra. It is also said that Uddhav Thackeray calls himself a Ram devotee. In this case they should be allowed.

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Approval to open bars in Maharashtra

The BJP MLA said the Uddhav government had approved the opening of bars and restaurants in Maharashtra. Not only that, he also recently opened the Metro. However, there is still fear of opening the temple. He said Ramlila should be approved with the coroner’s directive of the Uddhav government of Maharashtra.

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The governor was furious at the demand to open the temple

The governor wrote a letter that the Maharashtra government has launched a bar and restaurant. But he does not want to talk about the temple. He wrote that you were a person who believed in Hinduism. You also showed your devotion to Lord Rama. But I am quite surprised that you still do not want to open the temple. You have no divine love or you have become secular. The word secular you hate.

Besides, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that it was not right to launch a lockdown suddenly, nor was it right to delete it suddenly. I believe in Hinduism, but I don’t need any proof from you for this.

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