"No one has the right to ask someone to leave this country or go to Pakistan. We all are citizens of this country, India," Banerjee said. She also lashed out at Hindutva groups, saying that no one has the right to kill someone for just consuming beef, as the Constitution of India grants the right to preach to each of its citizens.
    
"Nobody can say anything against them in this country. They will decide what we will say or not. Aamir has said something what he felt and what his wife told him, he just said that. He is being asked to leave the country. Who are you to ask someone to leave this country?  This country belongs to everyone. This is our motherland," Banerjee said while addressing a rally of the minorities.
    
Banerjee's comment's comes in the backdrop of countrywide criticism on Aamir Khan's recent remark where he expressed "alarm and despondency" over the rise in incidents of intolerance in the last six to eight months.
    
"Kiran (his wife) and I have lived all our life in India. For the first time, she said, should we move out of India. She fears for her child, she fears about what the atmosphere around us will be," the actor said in an interaction at the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism ceremony organised by the Indian Express few days back.

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