Shahrukh Khan condemn barbaric killing of Indian troops
By Sajad - 12 Jan 2013, 10:59 am
SRK quoted by CNN IBN Live said, “Things like country, politics, sports, war, border should be kept different… (he recalled that his earlier remarks on sports had raised a controversy) In a country so volatile, where the youth demand a hard stand… which is a good thing in a democracy. I don’t want to participate in anything of which we both don’t have knowledge. I think you and I should be looking at methods to end this strife at the border.”
“I have been watching TV, where people are saying ‘haan sabak sikha denge’ (let’s teach them a lesson). That is completely wrong. It is sad, soldiers should not die for unnecessary reasons. We should take a hard stand. We should be very clear and whoever does wrong, should have to account for it and be put to the test. As an Indian, I am deeply saddened,” Khan said.
Tension between India and Pakistan has escalated in Kashmir since January 6 when a Pakistani soldier was killed allegedly by Indian troops.
Two days later, two Indian soldiers were killed and beheaded near the LoC. Indian officials blamed Pakistani troops for the horror.