Kamal Haasan’s Hindu terrorism remark leaves RSS, BJP fuming

Chennai: BJP leader Subramanian Swami and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ideologue Rakesh Sinha have hit back on noted actor Kamal Haasan for his controversial remark. Subramanian Swami said Kamal Haasan is neither an honest man nor unbiased, if he would’ve been, he would have lodged complaint with NIA.

Tamil and Hindi film actor Kamal Haasan, who is going to make his debut as political leader, in his recent article had mentioned Hindu terrorism which sent BJP into flutters.

Lashing out at Kamal Haasan, BJP leader Subramanian swami labelled him as corrupt and said when the case of corruption charges was put against Jayalalithaa he kept silent. His three films were flop hence he wants to quit films and making such kind of statements. Kamal is appeasing communists and making false allegations, he doesn’t have any evidences, said Swami.

RRS ideologue Rakesh Sinha demanded an apology from Kamal Haasan for insulting Hindu culture and hurting their sentiments.

Haasan in his column in the weekly Ananda Vikatan wrote, “In the past, Hindu right-wing groups would not indulge in violence, but they would hold a dialogue with the opposite parties on their arguments. But this old tactic was defeated and what they stated to do is use muscle power. They started indulging in violence”.