Uddhav government to decide on opening religious places in Maharashtra soon: Sanjay Raut


Sanjay Raut said that the number of seats Shiv Sena will contest in the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections is also likely to be decided in a day or two.

Coronavirus epidemic: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Monday said that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray) is in talks with various religious organizations and he will take a quick decision on opening prayer places in the state. Raut said that while some journalists mentioned that restaurants in the state were allowed to open up to 50 per cent of their capacity or as per the rules laid down by the local authorities, they were not allowed to open temples in the states yet. The Shiv Sena MP said, “The Chief Minister has said from the beginning Unlock process

(Unlock process) will be completed in phases. You can open the restaurant and impose a 50 percent ban on it, but not in the case of temples.
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“The chief minister of the state is talking to organizations of all religions. They will take a decision soon,” Raut said. Talks are underway to contest the Bihar assembly elections. Our people of Bihar want us to contest 50 seats. But we are saying that we should contest 30 to 40 seats. The decision will be taken in two days. ”


Asked if Shiv Sena would field a candidate against former Bihar Director General of Police Gupteswar Pandey, Raut said, “Look what happens, I will go to Bihar myself and I will respond as soon as I go there.” Actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who was Bihar’s police chief, played an active role in demanding a CBI probe into the death. Pandey had voluntarily retired prematurely and is now a member of Nitish Kumar’s party JD (U) and is reportedly contesting the elections.

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