'If any Muslim is expelled from India, I will receive bullet on my chest'. The eminent Bollywood rapper and composer Mohammed criticized the Modi government in a video, opposing the controversial citizenship law in India, saying that Muslims, Hindus, Christians are all brothers.
Speed was performing with his team at a concert where, before his performance began, he criticized the "controversial citizenship" law passed by the Indian government.
The video of the incident is also going viral on social media, while the motion is being praised for his statement.
In the video, the pace said, "One thing is quite clear, whether tomorrow's career is gone or not, no problem, so amazing that I will not starve till the end."
The singer then introduced the fans to his bodyguard named Arshad, saying, "This man's name is Arshad, I think nobody can push me, even if someone from India (India). If you talk about extraction, I will shoot in front. '
He further said, "Whether it is Hindu, Sikh, Christian or Muslim, we are all brothers. I will not let anyone go out and see what happens in my career. I don't care. '
The Indian musician's statement from users on social networking site Twitter is being greatly appreciated.
Someone called him a 'lion' on this bravery.
Some even criticized them for abusing such platforms.
On the other hand, Speed itself apologized for abusing the stage through a tweet.
He wrote in his tweet, "First of all start a dispute about who agrees with me and who doesn't. I apologize for abusing everyone on stage; I should not have done so. There is a difference between respecting, wrong and still apologizing for it.
It is to be remembered that the Indian government had passed the "Controversial Citizenship Bill" on December 12 this month, under which the non-Muslim immigrants from six religions of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan were Hindus, Christians, Parsis, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists. Believers will be given Indian citizenship while Muslim citizens are not included in the list.
Under this bill, the Citizenship Act of 1955 will be amended to make illegal immigrants of selected categories eligible for Indian citizenship. Under this law, Indian citizenship will be granted to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians who come to India from 3 neighboring countries before December 31, 2014.
Since the bill became law, mass protests have started in several cities of India, including New Delhi, which are still underway. During the protests and protests, dozens of people have been killed and protests have taken place in different states. Has been banned.
The protests also damaged the property of other institutions, including Jamia Millia, during the protests.
Apart from speed, showbiz personalities who raise their voices against the controversial citizenship law also include Diya Mirza, Farhan Akhtar and Sonakshi Sinha.
Indian actor Sushant Singh was also dropped from his TV show 'Soavdhaan India' after attending a protest against the bill and other actors and filmmakers were also opposed to speaking on controversial citizenship law. Extremists were criticized.
A video by Muslim actor Javed Jafry also went viral on social media in which he was seen as criticizing the Modi government and calling the controversial citizenship bill illegal.
Javed Jafry was criticized online by Indian extremists, which he also announced for some time to say goodbye to social media.