Traitors don`t belong to any religion, must be punished: Meera
Mathura: Traitors should be hanged, they do not belong to any religion, noted Pakistani actress Meera said here on the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.
"Strict action should be taken against a traitor irrespective of his country or religion. If he has committed a crime, then he should be punished," the Lollywood actress said.
"No religion teaches you to spread hatred. If any person tries to do that, he should be punished," she said.
The actress, who has worked in several Pakistani and Bollywood films, was here yesterday to participate in Vasant Utsav program organised by a social group.
"The film-industry in both India and Pakistan can play a big role in bridging the gap between the countries," Meera said, adding that both the governments should have lenient policies and rules, including Visa rules for better relations.
She debuted in Bollywood from film-maker Mahesh Bhat`s `Nazar` and presently she is working on a feature film and a documentary.
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