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Country doesn't only belong to Rajnath Singh, it's ours too: Adhir Ranjan on party's walkout

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Country doesn't only belong to Rajnath Singh, it's ours too: Adhir Ranjan on party's walkout

Country doesn't only belong to Rajnath Singh, it's ours too: Adhir Ranjan on party's walkout

Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury after Congress MPs walked out from Lok Sabha demanding discussion on India-China border issue during the Monsoon session said that our demand was very simple, that this country is equally ours.

"This country does not belong to Rajnath Singh ji alone, this country is ours too.

We are elected representatives therefore we should get the right to present our 'mann ki baat.'


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