Bonhomie between BJP, Shinde faction, and MNS increases, will it translate into new political alignment in Maha?
The brewing chemistry was evident when the trio walked together to the venue in Shivaji Park from the residence of the MNS chief.
The woman had taken objection to local MNS workers installing a pole for putting up an advertisement in front of her shop in Kamathipura in central Mumbai, police said.
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Fadnavis visits Raj Thackeray's residence ahead of Maharashtra Cabinet expansion, says meeting not political
Earlier this month, Raj Thackeray had written an open letter to Fadnavis, praising him for setting an example of loyalty and commitment to party by accepting the post of Shinde's deputy.
'Journey towards one's decline begins when good fortune is misunderstood as accomplishment': Raj Thackeray's dig at Uddhav
Uddhav Thackeray quit the top post following a rebellion by senior Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde and the majority of the party MLAs.
Raj Thackeray had earlier given the May 4 ultimatum to the state government to remove loudspeakers atop mosques.
Speaking to reporters in Satara, Pawar said the nation was faced with problems like unemployment and price rise and raising the issue of loudspeakers cannot be an answer to these.
Maharashtra: MNS in Pune demands written assurance from maulavis about not using loudspeakers for azaan
If the police don't take an assurance, party workers will recite Hanuman Chalisa in front of police chowkies, as a next stage of protest, MNS said.
The BJP has earlier supported Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray's demand to remove loudspeakers from mosques.
Pawar was speaking to reporters in Pune amid a row over Raj Thackeray's call to play Hanuman Chalisa if mosques are found broadcasting 'azaan' on loudspeakers.
The MNS chief again reiterated that his stand against loudspeakers was not on religious but on social grounds and added that the loud recitations from mosques were leading to noise pollution.
Raj Thackeray firm on 'remove loudspeakers from mosques' stand; Shiv Sena says no violation of rules in Maharashtra
The Shiv Sena, which heads the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, said all mosques in the state have taken permission for use of loudspeakers.
Six women who were part of a group of MNS members were arrested in Nashik city, around 200km from Mumbai, police said.
Speaking at a press conference in Mumbai, he also hit out at the Maharashtra Police for detaining his party workers and `letting off' those who do not follow law.
Raj Thackeray said that from May 4, all Hindus should play Hanuman Chalisa at double the volume of loudspeakers atop the mosques.
He made the comments against the backdrop of a strong pitch made by the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and the opposition BJP over removing high-decibel loudspeakers installed in mosques.
In the letter, Shaikh said Thackeray became suspicious about azaan and mosques only after 16 years since he was working with the MNS chief.
The police also seized the loudspeaker, a cab on which it was mounted and other items.
MNS appoints new Pune city chief after party leader takes different stand on Raj Thackeray's loudspeaker directive
The party made the announcement about the new appointment on social media, with a photograph of party president Thackeray handing over the appointment letter to party leader Sainath Babar.
Pawar asked what the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief was going to achieve by making such statements and whether 'provoking' people will solve the issue of their livelihood.