Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Govt should talk to Aamir: Mulayam

New Delhi, November 25
Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday came out in support of actor Aamir Khan and said the government must talk to him and find out why he feels hurt.
“He may have been hurt somewhere,” Mulayam Singh said, responding to Aamir Khan’s wife Kiran Rao’s suggestion that the couple must look for another place to live in view of rising intolerance in India.
“The government should talk to him and ask where he faced problems. It is the responsibility of the government. He might have been hurt somewhere, he is a big artiste. We respect him,” he said.
Aamir Khan made the comments at a journalism award function here. — IANS
This is what is called fishing in troubled waters.
Mulayam knows very well what is troubling Aamir, Sharukh and the 400 or so writers, historians, scientists and artistes who have returned their awards but he would like to plead he is innocent.
It is these politicians who have made India what it is now- INTOLERANT.
Some used the Muslims as their vote banks and the BJP is now using the Hindus as their vote bank.
Others are using the different castes as their vote banks.
None of them are thinking of India

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