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‘Those who talk of dividing India, must be isolated socially’

Union minority affairs minister Najma Heptulla today said that those who talk of dividing India should not only be punished ‘legally’ but also be ‘isolated socially’.

india Updated: Feb 17, 2016 11:32 IST
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Union minority affairs minister Najma Heptulla on day said that those who talk of dividing India should not only be punished “legally” but also be “isolated socially”.

“Priority for all of us is nation. The nation is above all and those who talk of dividing the nation should be punished legally and isolated in the society,” she told reporters referring to the ongoing JNU row.

Heputalla, who was in Banasthali Vidhyapith in Tonk, also highlighted the contribution of the state in Armed forces.

“I salute the brave soldiers from Rajasthan who have made supreme sacrifices for the sake of the nation,” she said.

Addressing the function, Heptulla said that her ministry was focusing on education and society should also ensure that every girl child is given education.