The case of the Shiv Sena leader threatening to change the name of the owner of ‘Karachi Sweets’, a well-known sweets shop in Bandra West, is not getting cold.
Now former Chief Minister and BJP leader in the case Devendra Fadnavis Has given a big statement on Sunday.
He said on a question asked in the case that BJP believes in ‘Akhand Bharat’ and Karachi coming to Pakistan will also be a part of India one day.
Shiv Sena leader had threatened to change the name of the shop
Last November 19, Shiv Sena leader Nitin Nandagavkar handed over the owner of ‘Karachi Sweets’ to Karachi. Name change threat Was given
He had said, “In Mumbai you cannot name Karachi. We have a problem with the name Karachi, the name Karachi is known to have come from Pakistan.”
He went on to say, “We liked you from Pakistan and you are welcome, but you cannot name Karachi in Mumbai and you have to change it.”
Pakistan is a country of terrorists – Nandgaonkar
Nandgaonkar also said, “We hate the name Karachi, because Pakistan is a country of terrorists. No matter what religion you are, but the name Karachi has to be changed to write something in Marathi. We are giving you time for this. ”
He said, “You go to BMC and start the process of changing the name. We will help you if you need to.”
After this, the operator covered the name with a newspaper.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut gave clarification in the case
In this case, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam attacked the government by tweeting.
After this, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut had clarified that a bakery and sweet shop named Karachi has been in Mumbai for the last 60 years. They have nothing to do with Pakistan. Now there is no point in changing their name. The demand to change the name of the shop is not the official stand of Shiv Sena and this demand is futile.
One day Karachi will be part of India – Fadnavis
On Sunday, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was asked questions in the case. To this, he said, “We believe in a united India. We also believe that Karachi, a city coming to Pakistan, will one day be a part of India.”
NCP-Malik will welcome BJP’s effort
On the statement of Devendra Fadnavis Maharashtra The cabinet minister of Nawab Malik has reacted sharply.
He said that if the BJP merges India, Pakistan and Bangladesh into one country, his party Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) would welcome it.
He said that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh should merge. If the Berlin Wall can be demolished, why can’t India, Pakistan and Bangladesh be united?