copyrightSalman Khan will fight for the sake of politics, say-no contest or campaign for a party
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has put a stop to the news of contesting the elections. Actor
At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted recently to tag voters like Salman Khan and Aamir Khan, in which it was said that voting is not just a right but a duty too. This is to motivate the youth of India to vote in their own style so that we can strengthen our democracy and the country. Salman Khan, responding to the remarks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Holi day, wrote, "We live in democracy, it is the duty of every Indian to vote. I will say to every voter that use your authority.
We are a democracy and it is every Indian's right to vote. I urge every eligible Indian to exercise your right and participate in making the Government. https://t.co/WsTdJ3w84O— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) March 21, 2019
Let me tell you that the Madhya Pradesh Congress was trying to get Bollywood actor Salman Khan to campaign for the Lok Sabha election for his candidate in the industrial capital of Indore. So that this seat, considered to be BJP's stronghold, can be won after 30 years.
Salman was born in Palasia area of Indore and before he shifted to Mumbai, he spent a lot of his childhood in Indore city. Madhya Pradesh Congress spokesperson Pankaj Chaturvedi had said that our leader has already talked to Salman Khan to campaign for the party in Indore. Although Salman Khan has now denied reports and speculations about joining politics.