Washington, July 30: United States has concern over the ongoing intolerance and violence in India. It expressed a hope that the tensions would soon be resolved. US has also asked the Indian government to make "everything in its power" to protect the people of the nation as well to bring justice against the perpetrators.
After hearing on the reports over the alleged violence against beef eating and attack of two muslim women for carrying buffalo meat on suspicion that it was beef, at a railway station in Madhya Pradesh, State Department Spokesman John Kirby said, "We stand in solidarity with the people and Government of India in supporting exercise of freedom of religion and expression and in confronting all forms of intolerance."
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Shah Rukh Khan come out in support of Aamir Khan on intolerance row, says he was misquoted india.com
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan has come out in support of his colleague Aamir Khan, a week after the latter made headlines for his statement on the alleged 'growing intolerance' in the country, during an interview held at an event last week.
President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said that the real dirt of India lies not on the streets but in the minds of the people due to their unwillingness to let go of the views that divide society into 'them' and 'us', 'pure' and 'impure'.
A number of celebrities have come out openly in support of Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, who received some extreme backlash for their comments on 'rising intolerance' in India.