Here, we brought reactions on in tolerance issue: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi: Government should reach out to people.
Against Aamir Khan
A Delhi resident files complaint against Aamir Khan
Anupam Kher on Twitter:
Dear @aamir_khan Presumed country has become #Intolerant. Wat do u suggest 2 millions of Indians? Leave India? Or wait till regime changes?
Ram Gopal Verma
Some celebs complaining about Intolerance should be the last ones to complain because they became celebs in a so called intolerant country.
Rishi Kapoor on Twitter:
Mr & Mrs Aamir Khan. When things are going wrong and the system needs correction, repair it, mend it. Don't run away from it. That is Heroism!
Actor Paresh Rawal:
Aamir believes it is his 'motherland then he will never talk about leaving it'.
Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju:
Aamir Khan's comments on intolerance misplaced.
BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain:
Aamir is the first person to have spoken about leaving the country and this is not right. It has to be condemned.
Haryana Minister Anil Vij:
Pakistan hand behind intolerance issue.
BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli:
Isolated incidents should not be allowed to define India.
BJP MP Yogi Adityanath:
If somebody wants to leave (India), then has anybody stopped him? If somebody wants to leave, he can do so voluntarily. At least, it will reduce the country's population.
Aamir should take back his statements and apologise as India is a tolerant country.
In favour of Aamir:
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Twitter:
Every word that @aamir_khan said is so true. I admire him for speaking up.
Aamir should not be threatened for speaking truth
Moive director Anubhav Sinha:
Pay heed to Aamir's comments
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi :
What Aamir Khan is saying, whole world is saying.
Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav
Aamir Khan is right that intolerance has increased in the country. Several artists, writers and others have announced return of their national awards in protest.
Here, we brought reactions on in tolerance issue:
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi:
Government should reach out to people.