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It is too early to judge Narendra Modi government or jump to conclusions: Aamir Khan on #100AccheDin

Tuesday, 2 September 2014 - 3:25pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

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At a recent promotional event, where Aamir Khan was all teary eyed while unveiling his 'Satymev Jayate' promos for the third season, Aamir Khan also spoke about the numerous issues that still needs to change in the society and how only the government can initiate such a change.

"People don't realise that we pay taxes on everything. Whether it is your camera or even the pens and pencils, everything has tax and indirectly two-third of the Government's collections is through our taxes. So there are certain rights that we have and the basic ones should be fulfilled", the actor said.

Aamir went on to say a lot more about his wants from the Government. "I have just four basic maange from the Government. Education, security, justice and health care. I want every child in the country to get proper education. I do want the medical expenses to be made cheaper so that even the poor people get a chance to take care of their health. For the lower income groups, health care should be provided free of cost. The judiciary should become more stringent and definitely everyone in the country wants security from the government", was what Aamir Khan had to say.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government completes 100 days on September 3 and their campaign had started off on high note with a powerful caption -'Acche din aanewaale hai'. Now that he has already been there for 100 days, has 'Acche din' been actually ushered?

The actor chose to be a little more diplomatic this time. "I will not make any statement on that because it is too early to comment or make a statement on the same. We will see how things are for sometime more before we jump to conclusions", signed off Aamir. 

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