New Delhi, Oct. 23 (ANI): The Congress on Friday called for a ban on the Shiv Sena after party Chief Uddhav Thackeray demanded that India be declared a 'Hindu Rashtra', saying that the comments are against the Constitution.
"If he has given a comment against the Constitution, then his party should be banned and I appeal the Prime Minister to look in this matter," he added.
Shiv Sena Chief Thackeray on Thursday had said that the country should be declared a Hindu Rashtra, demanding an imposition of uniform civil code in the country.
In his 45-minute speech he criticised Pakistan, Muslims and secularists. He further criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the issue of Ram Mandir and their 'soft approach' towards Pakistan. (ANI)
It is all very well for the Congress Party to talk now.
What were they doing when the imbecile, Raj Thackeray was making preposterous statements against the Bihar andUP residents in Mumbai.
The Congress was in power both in Maharashtra nad the centre and yet it did nothing.
This is all shadow boxing to fool the people.