Bollywood’s veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah has strongly criticized the controversial citizenship bill, saying that many of my family members have served in the India Army, never had thought that we were Muslims, but now we realize that we, Muslims can’t live in India.
While talking to an Indian news channel, Shah asked,
“I have spent 70 years of my life in this country. Is that not enough to prove that I am an Indian?”
The famous actor said that I am not scared to see India’s current situation but there is definitely grief and anger.
“I wonder where so much hatred has come in our country,” he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself spreads hatred and dictates spreaders to create chaos in the country.
He said that those protesting against the citizenship amendment act and the government are being threatened that they would be killed.
While talking about changing the roads and streets’ name, Shah said,
“What is being proved by renaming roads and cities? Mughals and other Muslim rulers are being portrayed as ‘villains’.”
While concluding the interview, Shah said that Modi is spreading hatred and thinking to capture Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir.
“Modi government is filled with hatred. They are announcing that they will occupy Kashmir in Pakistan’s part.”