Let Nitish Kumar bring 'Love Jihad' Law then we will think: Sanjay Raut

He said that this issue is being made for the elections in Bengal, while no one is discussing development. First Nitish Kumar bring this law, then we will think.

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Published on 23 Nov 2020 9:10 AM GMT

Let Nitish Kumar bring Love Jihad Law then we will think: Sanjay Raut
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New Delhi: In the country's politics, the issue of love jihad is on top these days. The BJP-ruled states have made preparations to make laws against love jihad. At the same time, Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has surrounded BJP without naming a law regarding Love Jihad.

He said that this issue is being made for the elections in Bengal, while no one is discussing development. First Nitish Kumar bring this law, then we will think.

Love Jihad is a serious matter:

Sanjay Raut said, there is a lot of discussion about 'Love Jihad' in the country. I think this is a serious matter. West Bengal elections are coming, so a new topic should be brought to the fore. We believe that development is a major issue for elections, but 'Love Jihad' will be discussed in the country.

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Raut said, some people are also raising this issue in Maharashtra. Asking us when will we bring a law? I spoke to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today, I would like to say that when Nitish ji will implement this law in Bihar. Then we will examine it and then think about it for Maharashtra.

Minister Aslam Sheikh said, laws are being brought to hide failure

Earlier, Maharashtra Minister Aslam Sheikh said about Love Jihad that all these things are coming out in the same place where governments want to hide their inefficiencies. Minister Aslam Sheikh said that governments which want to hide their inefficiencies are bringing in such laws. The Maharashtra government is doing its job efficiently and there is no need to bring such laws.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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