Sena's editorial party mouthpiece, Saamana on Oct 20 stated, "We also know the law. Nobody should teach us law."
Pointing to the loudspeakers atop mosques, Saamana claimed, "Loudspeakers blaring out 'azaan' atop mosques in Bhendi Bazar and Behrampada areas disturb sleep and children's studies. Action should be taken against them also."
Bombay High Court allowed Sena to held their Dussehra rally at Shivaji park, which was a silent zone, on the condition that they should not play their loudspeakers above 50-decibel limit.
Despite of giving an undertaking at the court, Sena breached the law and stated, "Law should respect our feelings, then we will respect law."