In a letter to Thackeray on Monday, the Maharashtra governor had questioned the chief minister’s decision to keep religious places in the state closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Responding sharply to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari’s letter over the state’s decision to not open religious places in Maharashtra amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray told the governor that he did not need a “certificate” of Hindutva from him after the latter sarcastically asked him if he had turned secular.

In his letter to Thackeray on Monday, Koshyari had questioned the chief minister’s decision to keep religious places in the state closed and requested him “to announce forthwith” the reopening of places of worship with COVID-19 precautions.

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