Poster row: Aamir Khan upset with AAP, writes to Election Commission

Aamir Khan miffed with AAP
New Delhi, March 28: Controversies surrounding the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) fail to die down and this time, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is miffed with the party.

The actor, who has always been vocal about social issues, has written to the Election Commission about a particluar poster released by the AAP. The poster in question is widely being circulated on the internet and has the faces of former President Abdul Kalam, Malayam movie star Mohanlal, crickter Kapil Dev and Aamir Khan himself.

Reports suggest that Khan has written to the Election Commission and even notified officials of the AAP clarifying that 'he does not endorse any particular political party.'

Aamir Khan has sought immediate action from the EC

Khan has sought immediate action against this as it has been done without his conssent.

The actor's spokesperson said in a statement: "Aamir Khan from day one has made it clear that he will not be endorsing any particular political party. He is not supporting or campaigning for any political party."

A few days back the Election Commission had announced that Aamir Khan would be the 'new face of the Election Commission of India', thereby creating awareness among the citizens before the Lok Sabha polls.

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