Published: Fri, November 03, 2017
Health Care | By Alberto Manning

BJP bashes Kamal Haasan for his opinion on Hindu terrorism

BJP bashes Kamal Haasan for his opinion on Hindu terrorism

"In the past the Hindu right used to engage only in intellectual debates with the other religious groups".

Reports of Kamal Haasan joining politics and possibly launching his own party have been doing the rounds, as he has often accused the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu of being seeped in corruption. Kamal Haasan said. When one generation is growing up without being aware of the caste system the conservatives are trying to intrude into them to preach casteism, as reflected by the blatant segregation of cine artistes on social media, the actor who recently threw in his lot with Vijay after the BJP targeted the latter's Mersal, said.

Twitterati slammed Kamal Haasan over his Hindu Remark and asked him to either if he has any evidence of Hindu terror to place it in front of NIA or apologise to people for his remark.

"They are indulging in violence now".

"The right wing can not challenge talk of Hindu terrorists because terror has spread into their camp as well. In fact, there is peace because Hindus are in a majority", BJP spokesperson Narayanan Thirupathi said. "Haasan is a morally corrupt person" Subramanian Swamy says in response to actor's claim.

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Actor Kamal Haasan has now sparked another controversy by stating in a popular Tamil weekly column that right-wing in India can not deny there are Hindu terrorists. "Hindus are losing faith in the principle of satyameva jayate, and instead, they are subscribing to "might is right". "The Congress which talked of Hindu terrorism is today out of power", Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayande said.

He had also met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan but clarified after the meeting that he will not join any left or right oriented political party.

Haasan, 62, had tweeted that public announcements would be made in the "people's court".

"The day is not far when Tamil Nadu will again be a model for social reformation", he said, adding, "Kerala is such a model and my greetings (to you) for that".

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