Mumbai: Activists of a Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Sunday put adult a non-veg food case outward a Jain-dominated housing multitude in Mumbai to criticism opposite beef sale anathema during ‘Paryushan’ festival.
MNS celebration workers shouted slogans and publicly ate duck outward ‘Jai housing society’ in suburban Vile Parle.
They also displayed banners that read, “Yes, we will eat non-veg”.
MNS arch Raj Thackeray had on Thursday pronounced a Jains can't confirm a policies of a state and vowed his party’s support to those peaceful to sell beef in a state.
Meanwhile, Jain sadhus on Sunday met Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray during his chateau in suburban Bandra.
Members of a Jain village in Mira-Bhayander yesterday sat on a two-hour quick and chanted dedicated mantras and songs to criticism opposite a politicisation of a beef anathema issue.
Around 700 Jains collected outward a Bavan Jinalaya Jain church where church clergyman Acharya Sagarchandra Sagar Surishwar led a chanting and prayers.
Several Jains had objected to a remarks in a Sena spokesman ‘Saamna’ warning Jains not to levy their vegetarian formula on other communities.
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The Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation (MBMC) had imposed an eight-day anathema on a massacre and sale of beef in a region. The statute BJP had changed a proposal.
Following open cheer and domestic vigour a anathema was reduced to dual days as authorised by a state government.