Raj Thackeray Surgery: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray was admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital on Tuesday, where he will undergo hip surgery on Wednesday. A party leader gave this information. Earlier this month, 53-year-old Thackeray had said that he would undergo surgery to correct his knee and back problems. MNS leader Nitin Sardesai told that he will have hip surgery tomorrow.
Thackeray was in the news recently by giving an ultimatum to remove loudspeakers from mosques. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray also held a rally in Pune on Sunday 22 May. During this, he also told about his hip problem. He had also postponed his Ayodhya visit due to hip surgery. Raj Thackeray had said that he has to undergo surgery on his hip bone on June 1. For this reason also he decided to postpone his journey.
Will rally after recovery
He had said that he would address another rally after recovering from the effects of the surgery. During this, he had reiterated that if the loudspeakers in mosques do not follow the sound guidelines, then MNS workers will once again protest. Earlier, Raj Thackeray had directed MNS workers to play Hanuman Chalisa on loudspeakers installed in mosques to protest against the azaan.
This was said on postponement of Ayodhya Yatra
Raj Thackeray had also told the conspiracy during this time as one of the reasons for postponing the Ayodhya Yatra. He had said that I was looking into the discussions taking place after announcing the postponement of Ayodhya tour. Later I came to know that this is a conspiracy, a trap. Which started from Maharashtra. He had said that if I remained adamant about going to Ayodhya and something happened, our supporters would have dealt with it. But cases could have been registered against them. This would have affected the prospects of MNS (MNS) during the elections.
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