Head of Shdd Sena, who visited Ayodhya around the corner on November 24 and 25, proposed a new slogan to Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of Sunday's 2019 election. "Mandir phir sarkaar" (All Hindus demand this and build a temple first. [Ram Temple] And then the government).
Despite being a member of the government and the center of the country, Thackeray was one of the government's harshest critics. At the meeting to prepare for Ayodhya visit, all the senior leaders and presidents of the country attended. "Our new slogan reminds us of the current dispensation of Ram Temple architecture after the government was formed," said the senior party member who attended the meeting.
Thackeray also instructed party personnel, especially women and adolescents, to perform Mahaaarti in each city and region without going to Ayodhya. "Uddhav ji is expected to perform Mahaaarti on the Sarayu River basin between 5 pm and 6 pm on November 24. So we ask party members to run Mahaaarti in each region and city at the same time without getting into Ayodhya I did. "
"It is a small city and we can not prepare everything, and this visit is going to remind the government of our promise to Ram temple and not to oppose or oppose government, we hope it will be a peaceful wind" He said.
Opposition parties criticized Thackeray's plan to visit Ayadhya. Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil (opposition leader) said that Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) remember Ram only if their government failed to do so. "Where did Uddhav Thackeray come from in the last four years, why is he doing all of these stunts before the election?" Said Dhananjay Munde, the opposition leader of the legislative council.
First published: November 19, 2018 09:45 IST