Jaunpur, Feb 7: Veteran Bhojpuri actor and producer Ravi Kishan today said North Indians in Maharashtra would face no more threats and were safe now.
'' North Indians are earning their livlihood in Mumbai since four decades,''Ravi Kishan said while talking to mediapersons at his ancestral village Barai in Kerakat tehsil. Lauding the North Indians, he said North Indian's are hardworking and had their major contribution in strengthening the economy of Mumbai.
None of us wants the violent protest to continue rather were praying for peace in the State,'' he said.
''I have personally requested the Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilas Rao Deshmukh to initiate action to cease violence against North Indians in Mumbai, '' The CM had assured me that no harm would happen to them and to Bhojpuri films, he added.
Being assertive the actor said, ''I will continue my effort to spread the message of 'Ahimsa' and make India a developed country through my films.''