Green Flag from Bal Thakre for Amir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate

On Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

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Bal Thackeray shows green flag for Amir Khan's Satyamev Jayate.

The Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray aksed the Karnataka government today (Tuesday) to consent the broadcast of ‘Satyamev Jayate’, the sensational live telecast by Bollywood superstar Amir Khan. Thackeray forgot not to criticize the BJP government in Karnataka for such impish decision and simultaneously appreciated Amir’s show a lot that made its debut on Sunday (May 6) and grabbed massive go-ahead from the onlookers across the country.

In the occasion of a Sena mouthpiece Confrontation on Tuesday, Thackeray opined, the decision taken by Karnataka government on the grounds that the show suits not fine to the Kannada film makers, reveals Provincialism has overpowered Patriotism. But it’s not a trend and the government hence must change its decision.

Pleading the Karnataka Government to abolish the ban, Thackeray said, “The point is Aamir Khan is not like Shahrukh Khan or other Khans who found nothing wrong in Pakistan cricketers playing in India. (Aamir’s) programs and movies always dwell on patriotism and love for the country. They always inspire the youth. This show must not be tied up in parochial chains or barred from the public. This is our view.

He also endowed the opportunity to blame Karnataka for trying to suppress the Maharashtrians in their state, in spite of attempts always taken by Maharashtra to find out a solution to the pending disputes.

Whatever may be the outcome, the Karnataka government might take notice of Thackeray’s opinion or not, but Amir must be much happy with the attempt of the Shiv Sena Chief and even might expect for a positive response from the opposition soon!

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