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Reasi terror attack: Muralidhar Mohol rubbishes Sanjay Raut's claims on BJP not caring about J&K

Updated on: 10 June,2024 07:18 PM IST  |  New Delhi
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Mohol said, "Who takes Sanjay Raut seriously? It's easy to speak about anything while in Mumbai. Modi Ji is the country's Prime Minister and he is magnificent in his work. He is one of the best Prime Ministers of India. Sanjay Raut ko kaun seriously lega (Who will consider Sanjay Raut serious)."

Reasi terror attack: Muralidhar Mohol rubbishes Sanjay Raut's claims on BJP not caring about J&K

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Murlidhar Mohol, the newly appointed Minister of State and Bharatiya Janata Party politician, criticized Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut on Monday for claiming that the BJP "doesn't care" about Jammu and Kashmir in the aftermath of a terror incident in Reasi.


Mohol slammed Sanjay Raut's attitude toward Reasi's terror incident, saying, 'Sanjay Raut ko kaun seriously lega'.


Mohol said, "Who takes Sanjay Raut seriously? It's easy to speak about anything while in Mumbai. Modi Ji is the country's Prime Minister and he is magnificent in his work. He better knows how to handle every chore, whether it is about the nation's safety or foreign policies. He is one of the best Prime Ministers of India. Sanjay Raut ko kaun seriously lega (Who will consider Sanjay Raut serious)," according to the reports from ANI.


A terror attack occurred on Sunday in J-K's Reasi area, when a vehicle crashed into a deep george, killing at least nine people and injuring over 30.

Earlier in the day, reacting to the Reasi terror attack, Sanjay Raut said, "When terrorists were attacking pilgrims in Reasi, where 10 people were killed and 36 were injured, then Amit Shah was taking an oath as a Union Minister. He applauded their decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and claimed peace and stability had been established in the region. But we all know what happened yesterday."

As reported by AN, Mohol also expressed his joy at being appointed as minister of state in Narendra Modi's government as a first-time BJP MP from Pune who defeated Congress' Ravindra Dhangekar.

Expressing his joy, the newly appointed minister stated, ""I was merely a small party worker, mostly active on the grounds. I have worked for 30 continuous years. Now, the party has entrusted me with this huge opportunity to work with the team of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the public has bestowed their immense trust in the honorable Narendra Modi Ji. The party's expectations have significantly increased from me beyond Pune (Pune is my constituency), and I have that opportunity to serve the nation."

"I hadn't had any idea about this. On Sunday morning, I received a call from JP Nadda Ji and Devendra Fadnavis Ji regarding my assignment as a minister, and he invited me to the PM's house. I couldn't believe it, but this is the beauty of our party; they look after every party worker who has dedicatedly worked for the party and give them such a huge responsibility accordingly," Mohol further added.

Mohol commented on the NDA coalition in Maharashtra, saying, "There is no dissonance in the Mahayuti alliance in Maharashtra; everything is fine. We have to fight ahead in the upcoming assembly elections in Maharashtra. We are together."

Mahayuti is the alliance in Maharashtra that the BJP has formed with Shivsena (the Eknath Shinde faction) and the National Congress Party (the Ajit Pawar faction).

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