South Indian superstar Rajinikanth has opened up about the ongoing violence in India and said that he has always condemned violence and wanted peace.
Tamil actor said that he would do whatever possible within his capacity to bring peace in the country. The Darbar actor posted a tweet after meeting the officials of Tamil Nadu Jamathul Ulama Sabai (TNJUS) late Sunday. He said that he was happy to meet the officials and hear their views and was always willing to play the role in maintaining peace in the country.
“I am willing to play any role in order to maintain peace in the country. I too agree with their (Muslim outfit leaders) comment that a country’s prime objective should be love, unity and peace,” Rajinikanth wrote in his tweet.
A 10-member delegation of TNJUS, led by president K.M. Baqavi, met the actor and apprised him of issues related to the ongoing violence following Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Rajinikanth took a jibe at Narendra Modi-led Indian government over the riots in Delhi and other cities and said that the Centre should play its role to bring an end to the violence. He also urged that the unrest should be dealt with iron fist.
Talking about communal violence in northeast Delhi that left 42 dead and over 200 injured, the South superstar lashed out at BJP-led Centre and asked those in power to “resign and go” if the violence could not be crushed.
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