Apparently, it was brought to Aamir Khan’s notice that a social campaign doing the rounds that he was supporting AAP.
Some candidates of AAP allegedly took to twitter and used Aamir’s image in one of their campaign posters, claiming that the 49-year-old ‘Dhoom 3’ star was supporting their party.
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In view of this, Aamir has written to the EC clarifying that he is not endorsing any particular political party.
“Aamir Khan from day one has made it clear that he will not be endorsing a particular political party. He is not supporting or campaigning for any political party,” the
actor’s spokesperson said in a statement here.