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Twitter users school Assam CM over his statement “Who is Shah Rukh Khan”

Twitter users school Assam CM over his statement “Who is Shah Rukh Khan”

On January 21, Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma reacted to the ongoing controversy surrounding the Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Pathaan" and some of CM's words didn't go well with King Khan's fans.

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Twitter users school Assam CM over his statement “Who is Shah Rukh Khan” Twitter users school Assam CM over his statement “Who is Shah Rukh Khan”

"Who is Shah Rukh Khan?" has become a Twitter trend following Assam Chief Minister's scathing statement about not knowing anything about the global star as it has garnered a lot of attention on January 22.

"If u don't Know ,Then You need to know. "Who is Shah Rukh Khan" #SRK?? #Pathaan #Assam #assamcm @iamsrk @himantabiswa #AskSRK", another wrote in a Twitter post.

Sir, If you have google in your phone then search the following question", one user wrote in a Twitter post.

On January 21, Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma reacted to the ongoing controversy surrounding the Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Pathaan" and some of CM's words didn't go well with King Khan's fans.

In a press meeting while replying to a question on the recent vandalism of Bajrang Dal activists in Narangi in Guwahati, Assam CM said, "Who is Shah Rukh Khan...I don't know anything about Pathaan."

"If someone has done anything wrong let the victims file a case and we shall take action...Shah Rukh Khan did not call me if anything was to worry about," he added.

It needs mention here that Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan called up Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, expressing concern over the film ‘Pathaan’ poster burning incident by some members of Bajrang Dal in Guwahati on January 20.

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma took to Twitter to confirm the same stating that the state government will do all to maintain law and order in the state and that it will enquire about the January 20 incident. 

“Bollywood actor Shri @iamsrk called me and we talked today morning at 2 am. He expressed concern about an incident in Guwahati during screening of his film. I assured him that it’s duty of state govt to maintain law & order. We’ll enquire and ensure no such untoward incidents”, the chief minister wrote in his Twitter.