Salman Khan’s remark on Narendra Modi’s role in Gujarat riots evokes political ire!

The Jai Ho star’s recent outing in Gujarat for his film’s promotion landed him in a political tussle

Salman Khan’s outing with Narendra Modi came under the political scanner, while the actor was in Gujarat for his film’s promotions. While Sallu’s effigies were burnt in Patna following this, looks like controversy’s cloud is till hanging heavy over the Dabangg‘s head. Salman played safe on all questions about Modi, “I have been impressed by the development in Gujarat. Seeing everyone happy and content gives me immense pleasure. The best man for the country should be the PM, good man (Narendra Modi) is standing next to me. God should decide who should be the best man for India. Jo Modi sahab ke takdeer mei hai woh unko milega, (Modi will get what is in his destiny). Aap ke liye Modi saab hai best man, for me Priya Dutt is the best person in my Bandra constituency.”

However, the actor’s recent statement in an electronic interview has created yet another political storm. Apparently Sallu extended support to Modi on the Gujarat riots controversy and this has become the talk of the town. As per reports, Salman in an interview to a leading news channel said Modi should not apologise since the judiciary has already exonerated him.

We’re sure that Salman’s personal views will soon be blown into a big political debate.