‘CAA is not for Indians’, Adnan Sami says he feels safe as a Muslim in India

''As a Muslim, I feel safe in India. Citizenship Amendment Act is for fast-tracking people wanting citizenship and is not for Indians in India,'' Sami said in an interview. 

Renowned singer Adnan Sami is in the limelight once again! Pakistan-origin singer, who abandoned his native country to embrace Indian citizenship, is known for his controversial and triggering remarks.

Sami has often mocked Pakistan unjustifiably and has taken a very reactive stance, particularly during Indo-Pak tensions. Recently, he was seen commenting on the Delhi riots. The security situation in Delhi deteriorated after clashes broke out after Hindu extremists started to attack anti-CAA protestors.

However, despite the fact that Delhi pogrom claimed nearly 50 lives, Adnan Sami said that he feels safe as a Muslim in India. He said that the Citizenship Amendment Act is for the non-Indians trying to seek Indian citizenship. Hence, Indians belonging to any religious identity should not feel threatened by it.

”As a Muslim, I feel safe in India. Citizenship Amendment Act is for fast-tracking people wanting citizenship and is not for Indians in India,” Sami said in an interview. 

Commenting on the situation of Delhi, he said that there is nothing that a conversation cannot sort out. He said that being an artist, he wishes that peace is restored soon.

”I hope peace is restored soon. Being a musician, I always talk about love and peace. I request everyone to talk and maintain peace. I request everyone to respect life and there is nothing that conversation can sort out all issues. I request people to bring peace in the country. I fold my hands and request people to foster peace and harmony”, he said.

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