Uddhav Thackeray's sharp attitude on the notice issued…

Party chief uddhav thackeray has shown a strong stance on the notice issued by the election commission regarding the campaign video song of shiv sena (UBT) during the lok sabha elections. uddhav thackeray gave a strong reaction and said that we will not bow down before the election commission and will not remove the words used in our song. He said that first, the election commission should take action against PM Modi and home minister amit Shah.

EC had issued a notice on the song released for the election campaign of shiv sena (UBT) regarding the use of the word 'Jai Bhavani' in the song. On this, uddhav thackeray mentioned the words used by PM Modi and Union home minister amit shah during the election campaign and asked what action was taken by the election commission on this.

Why no action against the PM and home ministeruddhav Thackeray

Former maharashtra Chief minister and shiv sena (UBT) chief uddhav thackeray said, "During the election campaign in Madhya Pradesh, karnataka and Telangana, PM Modi had said 'Bajrang Bali ki Jai' and Union home minister amit shah had said that If he comes to power, everyone will be taken to ayodhya for 'darshan' of ram Lalla. Was this not a violation of the code of conduct? Please tell us what action the election commission took on this statement of the Prime Minister.

I will not remove the words 'Jai Bhavani' - uddhav Thackeray

Shiv Sena (UBT) chief uddhav thackeray further said, "We received a letter from the election commission yesterday, our party's symbol is now 'Mashal', we launched the song 'Mashal' for the upcoming elections. The election commission of india asked us to remove two words - 'Hindu ye tera dharma' and 'Jai Bhavani jai Shivaji'. I want to tell the election commission that I will not remove the words 'Jai Bhavani'."

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