Modi government is active in celebrating movie stars on controversial anti-Muslim law
Mumbai: The Modi government has become active in celebrating movie stars on the controversial anti-Muslim law.
Protests and protests against the anti-Muslim Anti-Muslim law in India are on the rise, with government property being destroyed by protesters, meanwhile more than 30 incidents of police shootings and violence. People have been killed and dozens injured.
Millions of protesters are protesting against the Modi government in several places, including the Indian capital New Delhi, in various states (Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Kanpur) and cities (Hyderabad, Bangalore, Suli Gori, Chennai and Guwahati) and cancelling the controversial law. Demand is being made while West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also protested against the controversial law.
Despite protests against the law across India, three Bollywood Khans (Salman, Shahrukh and Aamir), including Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar and other prominent stars, refused to speak on the controversial law and some even supported the bill. He also made statements, but every bright man, Farhan Akhtar and Swara Bhaskar strongly condemned the controversial law.
The Modi government, on the other hand, is using various tactics to stop its protests and now it has become active to celebrate the stars of Bollywood and Marathi film industry, senior Bhartiya Janata Party officials want movie stars to use their social media. Try to convince people about controversial law.
According to Reuters news agency, senior leaders of the ruling party have called on 20 to 25 eminent actors from both film industry to meet in which they will be briefed on the controversial anti-Muslim law and anti-Muslim law. Will be told about the reality of the news circulated so that they can help the government in reaching them.