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Owaisi demands daily briefing on India-China border issue

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Owaisi demands daily briefing on India-China border issue

Owaisi demands daily briefing on India-China border issue

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen's President Asaduddin Owaisi on India-China border issue said that we have the right to ask the government how did the 20 jawans lost their lives in Ladakh.

Owaisi said, "We were expecting answers for multiple questions, but all remained unanswered.

I have the right to know what happened with the 20 jawans, so that I can pay tribute to them, there should be a debate on this issue.

Why are there no daily briefings on this?

Today, there are only selective leaks."


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