Hindu Sena ask Aamir and family to leave India, buys tickets for Pakistan

The backlash against Aamir Khan’s intolerance remark has reached a new level.

After Shiv Sena announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh to anyone who slaps the actor, a Hindu right-wing group booked air-tickets to Pakistan for the actor and his family, according to a report published in dna.

Hindu Sena group was in news last month after they led a Delhi police patrolling team into Kerala House alleging that a restaurant was serving cow meat.

Speaking to dna on Thursday, Vishnu Gupta, the head of the group said that tickets for Khan’s family were brought after Aamir revealed during an interview that his wife felt insecure India.

Initially, the group thought of booking a one-way ticket to Syria “where ISIS would welcome the star’s family but an advisory issued against travelling to Syria made Islamabad, Pakistan the preferred choice,” added Gupta.

“If he doesn’t feel safe in India then he should go to Syria where ISIS will welcome him just how they welcome fellow Muslims. Or he can take his family to Pakistan where Taliban will make him feel safe,” said Gupta.

According to Gupta, Hindu Sena members contributed money for Khan’s air ticket to Pakistan. “The tickets cost us 50,000 rupees and we have already sent it by speed post to Aamir Khan’s Mumbai home.”