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Mehbooba should be arrested and sent to Andaman for 10 years: Sanjay Raut on her remark over Article 370

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Mehbooba should be arrested and sent to Andaman for 10 years: Sanjay Raut on her remark over Article 370

Mehbooba should be arrested and sent to Andaman for 10 years: Sanjay Raut on her remark over Article 370

Maharashtra government led-Shiv Sena party leader, Sanjay Raut slammed Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party's (JKPDP) chief, Mehbooba Mufti over her remark on Article 370.

"Be it Farooq Abdullah or Mehbooba Mufti, if someone talks about taking China's help to challenge India's Constitution, then they should be arrested and sent to Andaman for 10 years.

How are they roaming free?" said Sanjay Raut, while talking to media.

Raut also shared his favourite choice for the position of chief minister of Bihar, he said "I am following him (Tejashwi Yadav) from the long time, he is brilliant among the youngsters (sons of political party leaders in several states) who came into politics."


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