Kamal Hassan’s controversial statement comes at a time when last phase of election is due
The actor Kamal Hassan, MNM ( Makkal Needhi Maiam) chief said, during an election rally in Chennai that Nathuram Godse was the first Indian terrorist after India’s independence.
MNM (Makkal Needhi Maiam) which translates to Centre for People’s Justice in English was launched by Kamal Hassan on February 21, 2018. The symbol of his party is ‘battery torch’ which he is very thankful to EC. Kamal Hassan said that “party aims to be torch bearer” in the new era of Tamil Nadu and Indian politics.
Nathuram Godse was the first Hindu Indian Terrorist after India’s Independence
In front of people in a rally, Hassan said, “I am not saying this because Muslim minority is present here but I am saying this because we are standing at Gandhi’s statue. The first Indian terrorist after independence was a Hindu, Nathuram Godse.
Nathuram Godse was a right-wing advocate of Hindu nationalism who assassinated Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi in 1948. He also added that People of India wish for equality and want the three colors in the tricolor to remain intact. He said I am a good Indian and say it very proudly.
Kamal came to an election campaign Aravakurichi in Tamil Nadu on19th May 2019. Aravakurichi is one of the four constituencies where the election is scheduled for 19th May.
Kamal Hassan brought new controversy during the Lok Sabha Elections in Tamil Nadu Also Kamal Hassan tweeted about the attack in Sri Lanka- which were claimed by Islamic state on April 21.
BJP President of Tamil Nadu replied on the controversy
Tamilisai Soundararajan, BJP President of Tamil Nadu replied to the controversy and brought Kamal Hassan’s film dialogue controversy. “He threatened to leave India when his film screening was prevented by religious groups! But now he calls himself true Indian!”
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