Raj Thackeray has announced a rally in Mumbai in support of CAA and NRC on 9 February. Banner posters are being installed in many places in Mumbai regarding Raj Thackeray’s proposed rally.
There is a dispute across the country about the Citizenship Amendment Act. One class is in support of this and the other class is protesting. In front of Matoshri, the home of CM Uddhav Thackeray in Mumbai, Maharashtra’s capital, MNS put a poster saying that if they are serious about intruders, then evacuate Bandra first. The poster reads, “Respected Chief Minister, if you are serious about taking action against illegal infiltrators, start by cleaning your Bandra area which is full of infiltrators.”
In fact, Uddhav Thackeray had said on Wednesday that there is no need to fear the amended Citizenship Act (CAA) but also said that his government will not allow the proposed National Citizen Register (NRC) to be implemented as it will ‘impact all religions’. Will have to. The chief minister said in his third interview in the party mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ that the Shiv Sena’s old demand for Bangladeshi and Pakistani refugees to be taken out of the country has been.
In a scathing attack on his cousin and MNS chief Raj Thackeray, the Shiv Sena president said that NRC is not a reality and there is no need to “support” or oppose it. At the same time, Raj Thackeray has announced a rally in Mumbai on February 9 in support of CAA and NRC. At the same time, BJP had reacted to Thackeray’s interview and said that he (Uddhav) should openly declare to support CAA.