Mumbai: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray wants temples to be opened, but temples have been kept closed for the health of the people. The Chief Minister has no desire. It will be decided in due course. Don’t do politics just for the sake of opposition and basically all is done to protect the health of the people. Shiv Sena leader and MP Sanjay Raut has responded to the opposition by saying that the temples are closed to protect the health of the people. He clarified that the Chief Minister is acting from Mumbai following the protocol.
The Chief Minister also has a sincere desire to open temples. However, MP Sanjay Raut said that temples are closed to avoid crowds and maintain public health. Opponents should not protest for the sake of protest, he insisted. He said that the agitation in Aurangabad and Pandharpur had violated the rules. The number of corona patients in Mumbai suddenly increased yesterday. The number of corona patients is increasing in Maharashtra and the country as well. If the Chief Minister feels that it should not be exaggerated and the lives of the people should not be at stake, then the role should be understood. Opposition should discuss it directly with the Chief Minister. Do not exacerbate the crisis by taking to the streets. Don’t play with people’s souls. Patience is important. Sanjay Raut appealed not to rush.
Opponents have the right to make demands to the government. They are also elements of democracy. They also have the right to play a role. But care must be taken while doing this. If the government thinks this is not the time to open a temple, understand. The Maharashtra government does not consider Corona to be an act of God. “It is not in the public interest for the opposition to behave like this despite knowing that we want to fight this crisis,” he said.
He questioned whether the government had written in the constitution that it should not transfer officials. He said the change was in the interest of the state. He also strongly responded to the opposition’s allegation that the Chief Minister was not visiting. He said the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister had the same approach. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also working from Delhi. It takes time,” Raut said.
Sanjay Raut has responded to allegations that Raut threatened him not to return to Mumbai. Raut said police should be given evidence rather than playing on Twitter.