Raj Express Superstar actor Rajinikanth was just lately in dialogue in regards to the well-liked present 'Man vs Wild', however just lately he has made an announcement in regards to the controversial citizenship legislation, which has made him into the headlines. Let me let you know, in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi, folks have been protesting towards this legislation for the previous a number of days.
What Rajinikanth mentioned:
Superstar Rajinikanth defended the Modi authorities over the controversial citizenship legislation, saying, "The Citizenship Amendment Act will not have any effect on the citizens of our country. If it affects Muslims, I will be the first to stand against it." ! –
NPR is just for outsiders to know. It has been clarified that NRC will not be but prepared. "
In his assertion, he mentioned, "How will the Muslims who decided to stay in India after partition be sent out of the country? Also, Rajinikanth alleged that some political parties, for their personal selfish interest, were against the CAA. Provoking. "
Rajinikanth: Citizenship Amendment Act won’t have an effect on any citizen of our nation, if it impacts Muslims then I would be the first particular person to face up for them. NPR is a necessity to seek out out in regards to the outsiders. It has been clarified that NRC has not been formulated but. pic.twitter.com/wyXMCY8pH9
– ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2020
Rajinikanth additionally supported the National Population Register (NPR). He referred to as NPR a necessity. He mentioned that NPR is essential to seek out out about outsiders. The Congress authorities additionally applied it earlier.
I’ve already given my assertion:
Rajinikanth had earlier expressed concern over violence in varied elements of the nation beneath the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, stating that violence and rioting can’t be a solution to discover a resolution to any subject.
Rajinikanth had mentioned, "Violence and rioting should not become a way to find a solution to any issue. I request the people of India to remain united keeping in mind the safety and welfare of the country."