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Actor Juhi Chawla on Wednesday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for always thinking on what is beneficial for the country. She also said that it is not only the government’s responsibility to keep the country united but each citizen’s.

Chawla was speaking at a function organised by the BJP at Swatantryaveer Savarkar Smarak to educate people on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizenship (NRC) as well as protest against the woman who displayed a banner which read ‘Free Kashmir’ at the Gateway of India, in Mumbai.

Addressing a crowd of around 200 people Chawla asked if there was anyone among them who has not taken a single leave in the last five years. The audience responded with cheers of Modi, Modi. Taking a cue Chawla said, “There is only one person who has not taken a leave in the last five years, not a single day off. That is our PM Narendra Modi. He thinks (about the people) round the clock. Do we think in this way?”

She said Modi knows what to do for the country. “I am not here to speak about any particular party or politics but I will be speaking about a single person, Narendra Modi who only thinks about what is beneficial to the country.”

Chawla also appealed to the people to contribute to maintaining the country’s unity. “Do we break our joint family if there are differences? No. We talk to each other. Whatever is happening in the country one needs to understand it first and then speak about it. India is the largest democracy in the world and it is not only the government’s responsibility to bind us together but also our own responsibility to stick with one another in times of need,” she said.

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Chawla also added that she feels “disturbed” by how things are going currently in the country and that “negative news and reports of mishaps in the newspapers in the morning” agitate her. But Chawla’s appeal for peace was in sharp contrast to what she said post-event.

When AajTak reported, Pankaj Upadhyay tried to question her on the on-going student protest and what exactly “disturbs” her, she refused to answer any of his questions. She retorted with countre-questions like Äap kahan se hai?” “Aapka naam kya hai?” and rudely remarked, “You will be very successful” when Upadhyay quizzed her on the burning issue.

Actor Dalip Tahil alleged that the student organisations across the country have a motive to be against the government. “These students are waiting for the government to do something and they appear on the street protesting,” he said.

Shashi Vyas, founder and managing director of Pancham Nishad, said, “Students today are demanding a free Kashmir. I wish to know what we are supposed to free it from. If the people have a problem with the government or the way it is functioning then it has the power to change it after five years. Protesting on the streets is not a solution.”

Actor Sudhanshu Pandey said, “In the past few years I have heard people speak a lot of bad things about our Prime Minister and the government without any fear. I wish to know how after speaking wrong the people can demand for freedom of speech (sic).”

BJP leaders Sudhir Mungantiwar and Shaina NC too addressed the gathering.

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