Parliament Special Session: ‘Heard that PM Modi wants to discuss China’s entry into Ladakh…’, Sanjay Raut’s statement on the special session of Parliament

Parliament Special Session: Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut has reacted to the calling of a special session of Parliament. He said that his festival was not taken care of and the Parliament session was called. Also he Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a jibe at. 

Sanjay Raut from news agency ANI said, "The Prime Minister has called a special session of Parliament, no one knows why. We cannot go in this season, there is Ganesh Utsav in Maharashtra at that time and if we fast for 11 days then how will we go to Delhi. You could have avoided it for a few days, but Maharashtra has always been abused"

Sanjay Raut further says, we have heard that PM Modi wants to discuss China’s entry into Ladakh. If PM Modi is hurt by the map published by China in which the land of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh has been shown to India and wants to discuss it, then we welcome it. A special session should be called on Manipur and China’s intrusion. Then there will be discussion. If he is going to discuss these, then I am grateful to PM Modi."

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