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Watch: Sanjay Raut reveals Shiv Sena’s stand on Uniform Civil Code in India

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Watch: Sanjay Raut reveals Shiv Sena’s stand on Uniform Civil Code in India

Watch: Sanjay Raut reveals Shiv Sena’s stand on Uniform Civil Code in India

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has said that the party has always been in favour of the Uniform Civil Code and added that a decision would be taken if the government acts on it.

Raut also lashed out at former Jammu & Kashmir Chief Ministers Farooq Abdullah & Mehbooba Mufti for their recent comments on Article 370.

Raut also said that some BJP workers were not allowed to unfurl the national flag in Srinagar and said that this happened despite the abrogation of Article 370 in the valley.


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Shiv Sena Shiv Sena Political party in Maharashtra, India

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Uniform civil code Proposition that personal laws in India should be universal and not based on religion

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