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The writer is senior fellow,it should have little difficulty in recognising how much value India places on the concept of ? one has to accept and respect India’s federal and diverse character, The groundswell in support of the BJP/NDA and Narendra Modi is clearly visible..Film and TV Producers Guild),Dharma Productions’ Apurva Mehta and Fox Star India’s Vijay Singh have gone to meet the Homeministry to ensure full support of the release of the film Karan Johar himself was supposed to meet Rajnath Singh but has not gone to Delhi on Thursday 20 October Instead he may meet Singh in Mumbai on 21 October Before the meeting Mukesh Bhatt had said "I know my government will protect me The government should have zero tolerance against violence" I have come here with tremendous hope that GOI will understand us and provide us full security: Mukesh Bhatt before meeting HM #ADHM pictwittercom/9YR6rjSKLG — ANI (@ANI_news) October 20 2016 Meanwhile Babul Supriyo Asansol MP who was also a part of the meeting said "MNS is a party of goons" After the meeting Bhatt revealed what Rajnath Singh said regarding the film’s release "He (Rajnath Singh) will request everyone to to keep law and order intact with no violence at theatres This assurance comforts me that I dont have to be scared He has given me 100 percent assurance MNS is our brothers who have gone astray They have different thoughts We dont wanna fight with our brothers Let bygones be bygones and lets celebrate Diwali" #MukeshBhatt: #MNS is our brothers who have gone astray We may not agree with their thoughts but do not wish to fight them — Firstpost (@firstpost) October 20 2016 #MukeshBhatt: HM @rajnathsingh has assured me that there will be no law and order situation during the release of #AeDilHaiMushkil — Firstpost (@firstpost) October 20 2016 Home Minister said will speak to all Chief Ministers #ADHM will release without violence or issue: Mukesh Bhatt after meeting @rajnathsingh — NDTV (@ndtv) October 20 2016 Published Date: Oct 20 2016 13:12 PM | Updated Date: Oct 20 2016 13:12 PM tags: #Ae Dil Hai Mushkil #Diwali #Karan Johar #MNS #Mukesh Bhatt #Rajnath Singh also see After Saaho Telugu superstar Prabhas to be seen in a Bollywood romantic film Calling Karan: In week four of his radio show Johar talks PDA new terminology of love Kesari: Parineeti Chopra finalised to play leading role opposite Akshay Kumar tweets Karan Johar Kabul: Thousands of protesters marched coffins containing the decapitated bodies of seven Shiite Hazaras through the Afghan capital Wednesday demanding justice for a minority whose persecution by the Taliban they say is ignored by the government Demonstrators gathered in west Kabul and walked through the rain bearing the coffins draped in green to the gates of the presidential palace where organisers said they were planning to stage a sit-in until their demands were met by the government Afghan protesters carry a coffin containing a decapitated body of one of seven Shiite Muslim Hazaras AFP Their numbers dwindled to dozens after warning shots were fired in the air Wednesday afternoon though many people remained in the streets further from the palace according to an AFP photographer The protest was unusual for Afghanistan in its scale and organisation and was mostly peaceful Demonstrators carried pictures of the victims including two women and one child — a girl whose coffin was carried by grieving women The three million-strong Afghan Hazara community has been persecuted for decades with thousands killed in the late 1990s by Al-Qaeda and the mainly Pashtun Sunni Taliban "This is a protest to demand justice for the victims who were so mercilessly murdered we demand justice for people who are being brutally killed by terrorists every day" protester Mohammad Hadi told AFP "We want revenge today they kill us tomorrow they kill you" the protesters chanted Kabul’s deputy police chief Sayed Gul Agha Rohani did not confirm who had fired the warning shots or why and the defence ministry said the armed forces had not opened fire A health ministry spokesman said seven people were injured during the demonstration adding that "some" of them had received bullet wounds He gave no further details on the injuries Rohani had earlier said no one had been injured as a result of the warning shots Persecuted minority The circumstances surrounding the beheadings remain unclear The bodies of the seven victims who are believed to have been held hostage by unknown gunmen for months were found on Saturday in Zabul province where fighting between rival Taliban groups has escalated over recent days In a national address Wednesday Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called the killings "the shared pain of a nation" and accused the militants of trying to divide Afghanistan "All their destructive efforts are focused on creating gaps among the people" he said adding that the government would not spare any effort in seeking "revenge" Ghani received a delegation of the victims’ families and a number of protesters in the evening assuring them of his full support but the fury on display during the protest demonstrated the level of mistrust he faces from the public on the issue "The people are asking why the government has been indifferent towards these crimes people are demanding the resignation of the heads of the government because they have been inefficient and corrupt and never address the demands of the people" Jawad Sultani a university lecturer at the protests said "Ashraf Ghani we want answers" a woman protestor shouted through a loudspeaker The protest came as the United Nations followed the Afghan government and the US in condemning the killings suggesting they may have been a war crime Growing fury Some local officials have attributed the macabre killings to IS sympathisers but the government does not have control of the area and the claims could not be verified Afghanistan’s intelligence agency on Tuesday rejected the suggestion that IS affiliates were responsible saying that the southern province has been the scene of deadly clashes between rival Taliban factions for days The protesters in Kabul chanted death slogans to the Taliban and IS There has been a surge in violence against the mostly-Shiite Hazara this year with a series of kidnappings and killings that have triggered a wave of fury on social media On Tuesday the Afghan spy agency said its forces had freed eight other Hazaras who had been held hostage for months but offered no further details AFP Ahmedabad: The state government on Wednesday opposed the demand for a CBI probe into the Una Dalit atrocity incident before the Gujarat High Court saying that the investigation done by the CID was "immaculate" Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani Agencies In an affidavit filed before the division bench of Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice VM Pancholi the government also said that Thangadh Dalit killing incident of 2012 had "a completely different set of facts that cannot be equated with the facts of the present (Una) case" The government’s reply came in response to a public interest litigation seeking a CBI probe in the Una case where some Dalit youths were flogged in public on the suspicion of having killed a cow The petition said the probe by state CID may remain inconclusive as in the case of death of three Dalit youths in police firing at Thangadh in Surendranagar in 2012 The government’s affidavit said that while in the Thangadh case CID filed a closure summary report (saying there was no evidence) in the Una incident CID had filed a chargesheet against all the accused including four policemen "The (Thangadh) incident has a completely different set of facts.. 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