As a Muslim I feel safe in India.

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-02-29 13:58:34

As a Muslim I feel safe in India. As a Muslim I feel safe in India.

Adnan Sami, a Pakistani-born 'Indian' singer-songwriter, sparked explosive comments and criticisms along the way. He was once again the news headline for his remarks when Delhi was concerned about violence in India. He said he felt safe in India as a Muslim.

The subcontinent has been stunned by the wounds inflicted on India's citizenship reform law. In the meantime, musician Adnan Sami expressed the law. He said the citizenship reform law is for those who are seeking shelter or citizenship somewhere in the crisis. This is for foreigners, not Indian citizens.

Adnan Sami said these questions in a Q&A recently. Adnan was asked about one of Amir Khan's statements discussed in the 27th. Amir Khan's wife then said that he (Kiran Rao) did not feel safe in India. Amir himself said this in front of everyone. Noise was spread through social media.

Asked about this, Adnan Sami said, "I do not want to comment on what Aamir Khan has to say." As far as I understand, I am a Muslim. I respect all religions. Attend the festival with everyone. I accept humanity in all kinds of ways. I had many opportunities. But as a Muslim, I decided to come to India.

Adnan Sami's father served in the Pakistan Air Force. His father also bombed the Indian soil during the Indo-Pakistan war. Adnan has also been a victim of Indian sarcasm. This year, especially after receiving the prestigious 'Padma Shri' honor this year, critics have targeted him in this way. Adnan Sami became an Indian citizen in the 2015.

When asked about the violence in Delhi, the 46-year-old musician said, "I hope peace returns soon." As an artist I always talk about love and peace. I urge all, respect life, bring peace back home.