The ongoing protests over the mandir-bars debate have peaked controversy, many are now protesting against and for the decision. The debate over 'Hindutva' is now being catered to a massively important issue. Arvind Sawant, senior Shiv Sena leader speaks to Times Now over how the Governor stated that Uddhav Thackeray forgets his own Hindutva. He states that the attack on Uddhav Thackeray was not an attack but it was a reply letter written to the Honourable Governor of Maharashtra. He further cites the Indian Constitution and says that one has to be secular and Hindutva is not something that should be taught to people. He further questions BJP's motive to open temples in Maharashtra, he says the government should open temples in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Bihar too. Now that bars are open in the state of Maharashtra, the debate over temples being closed has risen to a political level.