MNS Chief Raj Thackeray to visit Ayodhya from 1 to 9 March

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Mumbai, January 29, 2021: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray is scheduled to visit Ayodhya soon to visit Ram Lala. The tour will take place from 1 March to 9 March. It has been alleged that he will bring his family i.e., son and wife, along with him. The decision was taken at the MNS meeting held in Mumbai on Friday. MNS leader Bala Nandgaonkar has also confirmed the visit of MNS chief.

March 9 is the MNS anniversary. It is believed that if Raj goes to Ayodhya on 9, he will also address party workers from there. Nandgaonkar said that after March 9, Raj Thackeray would visit different parts of the state for a month. Bala Nandgaonkar said that registration of new workers will be started from March 9 to March 12. He will be given an identity card as a soldier of Maharashtra.

On 23 January 2020, the MNS had changed its flag to saffron colour, showing its inclination towards Hindutva.

In the midst of lockdown, MNS also raised the voice of opening the temples first. Now Raj’s visit to Ayodhya is being considered a big step in this episode. However, it is not clear whether party officials or workers will be there along with him.

Raj Thackeray has been in support of the Ram temple since the beginning. When the foundation stone for the construction of Shri Ram temple was laid in Ayodhya, Raj Thackeray issued a statement describing the beginning of the temple construction as one of the most auspicious days of independent India. Thackeray also praised the efforts made by PM Narendra Modi in this direction.

In his statement, the MNS chief had said, ‘This day will be considered as one of the most auspicious days in the history of independent India. The efforts made by the Narendra Modi government have been remarkable and I thank them wholeheartedly.”

Remembering Bala Saheb Thackeray, Raj had said, “I am reminded of the late Shiv Sena chief Bala Saheb Thackeray on the occasion of Bhoomi Poojan of Ram temple. Bala Saheb should have been alive to witness this auspicious occasion. He would have felt happiness from his heart.”