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A case of hooliganism by MNS workers has come to light in Mumbai. An MNS worker slapped the hotel manager for not playing Marathi songs in a hotel here. The incident took place on Wednesday night in Vashi area of Navi Mumbai. Police has not yet taken action against the accused. In the case, the BJP has spoken of taking action against the accused.
Controversy over not playing Marathi songs
The video of the incident has also surfaced. In the video, a woman was asking the manager of Hotel The Taste of Punjab to show her the booking of a party on Marathi songs, but the hotel manager refused. The manager said that he will only show the person who has already booked the party. The manager said that only Hindi, English and Punjabi songs would be played here. After this the debate started between the two sides.
One of the MNS workers said that we are in Maharashtra and only Marathi songs will be played. As soon as the hotel manager said no, the man slapped the manager. Later his other workers also thrashed him.
The scuffle between the MNS worker and the hotel manager was caught on camera.
BJP said – we will not tolerate hooliganism
When the matter caught fire, the BJP targeted the MNS. BJP MLA Ram Kadam said- We will not tolerate any kind of hooliganism, be it any party worker or leader. He said that the law will take its course. We will not allow anyone to take law into their hands. This is not Uddhav Thackeray’s government, the state is being run by Eknath Shinde and Devendra Fadnavis. We will take strict action against it.
NCP leader stopped the screening of film Har Har Mahadev
A few days ago, NCP leader Jitendra Awhad was also accused of molesting a woman.
Recently, former cabinet minister and NCP leader Jitendra Awhad was arrested by the police for stopping the screening of a Marathi film and thrashing a person. According to information, he along with his supporters barged into a mall in Thane and forcibly stopped the screening of Marathi film- Har Har Mahadev. When a person protested, he was also beaten up. He was later granted bail by a Mumbai court.