Case against Kamal Hassan over Hindu terror remarks, hearing on Nov 22

Case against Kamal Hassan over Hindu terror remarks, hearing on Nov 22

Case against Kamal Hassan over Hindu terror remarks, hearing on Nov 22

Actor Kamal Haasan has confirmed that he will be joining politics in 2-3 days and there is no amount of criticism that can stop him from speaking his mind.

The Mahasabha leader's statement came just a day after Kamal Haasan's column had been published in Tamil magazine Vikatan.

A senior leader of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM) on Saturday reacted sharply to actor Kamal Haasan's Hindu terror remark by saying that he should be shot dead. But this old tactic was defeated and what they started to do is use muscle power.

Pandit Ashok Sharma, national vice-president of the Hindu Mahasabha, went a step ahead and said Kamal Haasan should be hanged to death for his provocative comments on Hindus.

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"The Hindus can not challenge others to show extremists among them since extremism has spread to that extent even among the Hindus", Haasan wrote in a weekly column, titled "One can not say there is no Hindu terror anymore", in Tamil magazine "Ananda Vikatan". They started indulging in violence.

Mohd Aamir Rashid added that if Hindus turn "extremists" then no other community in the country would be safe.

According to the TOI report, another leader of the outfit pledged to boycott all films starring Haasan and his family members. "The people who insult Hindus and their religion should not be forgiven", said Abhishek Agarwal, Meerut president of the outfit. But in recent times, communalism and backwardness have set foot into Tamil Nadu. "Going from "Truth alone triumphs" to "Might alone triumphs" will make us all barbaric".

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