Exclusive Interview: Navneet Rana Said: Even those who hate me have amazing skills, this great preparation is being done for the recitation of Hanuman Chalisa

Saturday at 12:15 p.m. There is a commotion in bungalow number 19 on North Navneet Rana Avenue, Amravati’s independent MP, Maharashtra. Navneet has returned to his bungalow after walking to Hanuman Temple in Connaught Place. The saffron flags, Jai Shri Ram and Jai Bajrang Bali are raised everywhere. Meanwhile, MP Rana and her deputy husband Ravi are arguing with supporters over preparations for the road. Deputy Rana, doing his family responsibilities, knows the well-being of the guests and supporters who have returned home. At the same time, he is also narrating his ordeal with tea and breakfast. During this, Amar Ujala Digital had a special conversation with him. He also gave open answers to many questions. Read, excerpts from the exclusive conversation …

Question: In Hanuman Chalisa, is there a quartet that says “Joe sat bar reath kar koi, chhutihi bandi maha sukh hoi” followed him to prison to avoid this crisis that happened to him?

Answer: Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. With the help of these, I got my 24 days in jail. Chalisa recited 51 times each morning. Then 51 times in the evening. That’s how I spent my time in prison. It took me about three or four hours in the morning and the same amount of time in the evening. But in this I also got the support of the Hindu sisters present in the prison. He also used to text me. I warn the government of Maharashtra that I will not stop myself from spreading my religion wherever I have the opportunity.

Question: You were away from the kids who were in jail for so long, you heard that your own daughter is a little angry with MP Rana.

Answer: (laughs) Oh, don’t ask … Whenever the eldest daughter and the youngest son are sick, I leave all the work and go to them. I live with them and take care of them. When I was in prison, my daughter had a very high fever. It must have been the first time I couldn’t get there. That’s why she’s a little angry. (During the question, while Deputy Rana stops, her daughter says to her: Mother, you don’t even remember me sick, I’m angry with you.)

You see, she’s still a little angry, but I’ll convince her. But in my absence in Amravati, my family members cared for my children. When I came to Delhi, the children have also been invited here. After about 22 days I met my kids.

Question: “What was the prison experience like?”

Answer: If I had to go back to prison for reciting Hanuman Chalisa and promoting my religion, I would definitely go, but only survive after giving a lesson to the Thackeray government in Maharashtra. I’m not one to be held back. Look … as we see in the movies, something similar happens in prison. But its reality is only known after going behind bars. There are also some rules that everyone should follow. When Aaditya Thackeray goes to jail, then Uddhav Thackeray will know what it is like to go to jail and be sent.

Question: I have heard that the government and the opposition are watching now.

Answer: Laugh out loud … you must have heard a poem. Those who hate me also have amazing abilities, they don’t even want to see me, but they keep their eyes on me. Look, the person and the government that could never belong to Hanuman, what will happen to Shri Ram?

There is a dialogue of a southern film ‘Pushpa’, it is not so … in the same way, now this Navneet MP Kaur Rana will not bow to the Maharashtra government either. I will continue to do my job. Hanuman Chalisa will go wherever you call. For the rest, at the moment, I am giving some time to my health, spending the rest of the time with my children. I will be traveling to my constituency soon because there are so many projects to work on. To meet other people as well and speed up development work.

Question: A photo of you wearing a Hanuman ji saffron dress is going viral on social media. Where did you get it from?

Answer: Look … As a devotee of Hanuman, this idol has introduced me to one of my followers in Delhi. Now I’m going to install it in the temple of my house.

Question: Is it said that the Rana couple is doing all this at the request of someone?

Answer: One thing people should understand is that the Rana couple does not operate under the remote control of anyone, not even the BJP. Today we want to free the people of Maharashtra from Uddhav Thackeray. We recited Hanuman Chalisa on Saturday morning at Hanuman Mandir in Connaught Place, Delhi to eliminate the Shakuni problem and the bad omens of Maharashtra.

Question: What do you have to say on the evening of May 14, when CM Thackeray holds a rally?

Answer: Look, in a teaser today, the CM asks its workers to give them Vajramooth so they can be used to break opponents ’teeth. If they are so courageous, they should show them by breaking the teeth of those who offered to chat at Aurangzeb’s tomb.

Question: Will you answer the election against CM Thackeray?

Answer: Absolutely, from any seat in the assembly that Uddhav Thackeray will compete in the state, from here I will enter the electoral struggle against him. If they have the courage, they should announce at today’s rally where they will be competing. I challenge them to argue against me.

Question: What would you like to say about Uddhav Thackeray?

Answer: His father Balasaheb never ran in the election, but he always gave office to the Shiv Sainiks. If Uddhav is greedy for office, he should run in the election and make it clear where he will fight. I will fight them. In Maharashtra, Ram Bhakts and Hanuman Bhakts will oppose him. Balasaheb created Shiv Sena, but Uddhav Thackeray made him “Sulaiman Sena”.

Question: Does the Rana couple plan to organize any Hanuman Chalisa in all the states of the country and all the districts of Maharashtra?

Answer: At the moment, we are thinking about how and at what level to recite Hanuman Chalisa in the cities of all the states of the country, but whoever calls us, we, devotees of Ram and Hanuman, will definitely go to the lesson. . As for Maharashtra, it is clear that we will recite forty in all districts of the state.

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