Sanjay Raut Hits On Centre Over Nagaland Killings

Sanjay Raut

New Delhi: The issue of the killing of 14 people in the firing of security forces in Nagaland arose in Parliament today. The opposition can surround the government with full preparation. Former Congress President and party leader Rahul Gandhi had on Sunday questioned the government and asked, ‘What is the Ministry of Home Affairs doing?’ Apart from him, many other leaders had also reacted to this incident in Nagaland. On the other hand, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has targeted the government.

While talking to News24, when Sanjay Raut was quizzed about the Nagaland incident, Sanjay Raut took a jibe at the government. Talking to the media, Sanjay Raut said, “This is not a normal incident in Nagaland, it is a murder. During the tenure of this government, sometimes farmers are killed, sometimes police are killed and those who are not killed are put in jail by ED-CBI.

He further said that due to what happened in Nagaland, there has been an atmosphere of tension in the entire North East. At the same time, he also said that the proceedings of the Parliament did not take place due to the ruckus on the issue of Nagaland, but there was a ruckus in the Parliament over the issue of the MPs who were suspended.

At the same time, when he was asked that for canceling the suspension of the suspended MPs, the chairman has said that an apology should be made, then in response, Raut said, leave the matter of apology, this suspension has been done illegally.

Sources said that on a tip-off, the security forces had planned an ambush on the Tiru-Oting road, but mistakenly mistook the villagers for militants. After the villagers were killed in the attack, the local people turned into an angry mob and surrounded the security forces. Police sources said the security forces had to open fire on the crowd in “self-defense” and several villagers were hit by bullets.

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