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" One Bullet, One Indian, I didn't Mean To Say These Words I'm Sorry ".

" One Bullet , One Indian , I didn't Mean To Say These Words I'm Sorry ". 

The heard of the campaign "Justice For Phoenix Massacre Victims" , he came forward and apologized for words that are descrimating the Indians the time they had march with the aim to put more pressure on the South African government to act on the killings of people that was happening in Phoenix , KwaZulu Natal , the march was held last week in Durban. 

People were very disappointed about Jackie Shandu's words that he used "One Indian , One Bullet" as it encourages hates ,and racism between Blacks and Indians . Shandu released a statement on his Facebook account saying , he is apologizing for using such strong words , he said he regrets it and people must find in their heart to forgive him. 

"I would like to withdrawn my words . We definitely do not encourage Violence and racism. It true I have used wrong words , I couldn't control the temper , I was in pain about the whole situation , I am truly sorry , I believe in non racism in our country", said Shandu 

An organisation called Action SA , told the source that they will they will pass this case to Commission Of Human Right. On a statement that was released by the organisation said what Shandu said is striking to other race and it be tolerated. 

"What Shandu did to put more fire on what is already happened , if we do not act fast this can cause lot of damage in our communities and brings apartheid "

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