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Twitter backs Aamir khan’s ‘tolerant’ statement on Aap ki Adalat

Twitter backs Aamir khan’s ‘tolerant’ statement on Aap ki Adalat

Mumbai: Days after his intolerance remarks, bollywood star Aamir Khan once again grabbed eye balls for his statement tolerance and nationalism and once again hit the social media.

He added that he was “wongly quoted” and said, “I never said India was intolerant, I was wrongly quoted…To say about rising intolerance and to say India is intolerant are two different things.”

“Our country is very tolerant, but there are people who spread ill-will…Those who speak of breaking up this vast country, such people are present in all religions, only Modiji can stop them. After all, Modiji is our PM, we have to tell him,” he told Rajat Sharma in his ‘Aap ki Adalat’ show on India TV, according to a press release issued by the channel.

Twitter is filled with praises for the actor for clarifying his stand on the matter.

The actor, who hit headlines with his remarks that his wife was thinking of leaving India over growing intolerance, also replied to megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s remark that he damaged India’s brand identity by his statement, saying there was a feeling of insecurity due to growing intolerance.