Veteran actor Anupam Kher had a chunk of recommendation for newly-elected MP Gautam Gambhir: chorus from falling into the ‘lure of getting in style with a piece of media’, after the previous cricketer criticised the alleged assault on a Muslim man in Gurgaon. Kher took to Twitter to congratulate Gambhir on his current election victory and in addition suggested the previous cricketer.
“Expensive @GautamGambhir !! Congratulations in your win. As a passionate Indian it made me very glad. Not that you’ve got requested for my advise however still- Do not get right into a lure of getting in style with a piece of media. It’s your work that may communicate. Not essentially your statements,” he tweeted.
The 25-year-old Muslim man was allegedly slapped by a gaggle of individuals in Gurgaon on Could 25. He was additionally reportedly requested to take away his cranium cap and compelled to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’. The East Delhi MP had termed the incident as ‘deplorable’ and requested the authorities to take ‘exemplary’ motion within the matter.
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“In Gurugram Muslim man advised to take away skullcap, chant Jai Shri Ram. It’s deplorable. Exemplary motion wanted by Gurugram authorities. We’re a secular nation the place @Javedakhtarjadu writes ‘O palan-hare, nirgun aur nyare & @RakeyshOmMehra gave us d tune ‘Arziyan’ in Delhi 6 (sic),” Gambhir had mentioned in a tweet on Monday.
Gambhir additionally mentioned his secularism emanated from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s philosophy of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ and added that any oppression primarily based on caste or faith is deplorable.
“My ideas on secularism emanate from honourable PM Mr Modi’s mantra “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas”.. I’m not limiting myself to Gurugram incident alone, any oppression primarily based on caste/faith is deplorable. Tolerance & inclusive development is what the thought of India is predicated on,” he mentioned in one other tweet.
His feedback, nonetheless, didn’t go down properly with a piece of his partymen in Delhi who mentioned the cricketer-turned-politician’s remarks could be used in opposition to the BJP by the opposition events.
Gambhir, who joined the BJP earlier than the current Lok Sabha polls, contested from East Delhi seat and defeated Congress’s Arvinder Singh Pretty by 3.91 lakh votes.