Burqa ban not on the question of Shiv Sena or Uddhav: Sanjay Raut
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena Leader Has Clarified That The Demand For A Prohibition In An Editorial In The Saamana Party Mouthpiece Was Not That Of Sena Or Her Chief Uddhav Thackeray. In His Weekly Column Published In The Sunday Edition Of Saamana ' S, Said Raut, Who Is The Executive Editor Of The Marathi," The Burqa Ban Was Not The Requirement Of Shiv Sena Or Uddhav Thackeray.
An Editor From Saamana On Wednesday Early Premier Narendra Modi To The Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena ' Footsteps And Ban Burkas And Other Face Veils In India To Follow Given The Threat They Form The Security Of The Nation.
Sri Lanka Decision ' Came In The Aftermath Of The Terrorist Attacks On Easter Sunday Killing More Than 250 People.
Because The Editors Created An Excitement And Drew Sharp Responses From Various Quarters, Senior Sena Leader And MLC Said Wednesday That It Was Not The Official State Of The Party, Which Is An Ally Of The BJP.
It Can Be An Individual ' S Opinion Are ... It's Not The Official Standard Of Shiv Sena, She Said In A Statement.
Hundreds Of Muslim Women Protested Friday Against The Sena Mouthpiece In Nearby Mumbra.
Most Women, Wearing Burkas Or Veils, Shouted Slogans Against Raut, Who Was A Rajya Sabha Member, And Wore Placards With The Message ' Samvidhan Bachao, Desh Bachao ' (save The Constitution, Save The Land).
Thursday, Veteran Lyricist Javed Akhtar Said He Was Not Averse To Issuing A Law Banning The Burqa If It Was Paired With A Similar Action Against The ' Ghunghat ' Considering System In Women In Rajasthan.
In The Meantime, A Lawyer In Mumbai Approached The Police On Saturday And Demanded Action Against Thackeray, Raut, And Others For Allegedly Hurting Religious Feelings.
Santacruz Police Station ' Senior Inspector Shriram Koregoankar Said They Have Received A Request From Lawyer Munsif Khan But No Case Was Registered