Kamal Haasan has asked fans to be ready for a "big announcement" on his birthday on November 7, hinting at the launch of his political party.
"Earlier, the right-wing Hindus employed debates, and not force, against people of other religions".
The comments made by Kamal in his weekly column in a Tamil magazine titled "You can no longer say there is no Hindu terror", sent ripples across the political spectrum Thursday with the RSS and BJP demanding that he immediately withdraw his statement and make an unconditional apology. 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.
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Earlier, he had said that he will form his own political party as none of the existing ones can provide a platform for his "reformatory" ideology.
Haasan further wrote, "The right wing can not challenge talk of Hindu terrorists because terror has spread into their camp as well".
"There has been a tendency in this country we have seen in the past decade how Sonia Gandhi-Rahul Gandhi led Congress party drew a strategy of maligning the Indian society and Hindu community only to appease the Muslim vote bank". He went on to stir the pot some more in the lead-up to his much vaunted political plunge by saying that right-wing groups are resorting to using their "muscle power" to silence their opponents, dumping their old method of engaging them in dialogue. He claimed that "Hindu terror" was not a new phenomenon. "Today, when Kamal Hassan makes similar comments, he is actually joining the ranks of P. Chidambaram, Hafiz Saeed and is possible angling to become an extension of the Congress Party", BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao told ANI. He had added that those who want to do something for Tamil Nadu as a "duty" and not as a "sacrifice" are welcome to join him. "They have stepped into the fray to protect Tamil Nadu". There is no Hindu terrorist organisation.