Prakash Raj supports Kamal Haasan on 'Hindu terror' remark

Prakash Raj supports Kamal Haasan on 'Hindu terror' remark

A court in Varanasi on Saturday admitted a plaint filed by a local lawyer against actor Kamal Haasan for his remark on "Hindu terror".

The court today made a decision to hear the matter on November 22, Tripathi said.

A case has been registered against film actor Kamal Haasan in Varanasi for his "Hindu Terrorism" remark which sparked a controversy.

Denying that he is affiliated to any political party, Tripathi said, "I have stated that people belonging to other communities would start suspecting Hindus and develop hatred for them after reading his article". Peeved at Kamal Haasan's remarks, Manch activists assembled at Tower Chowk and raised slogans against Haasan.

Several leaders of the Mahasabha have demanded that "Kamal Haasan and the likes of him should either be shot dead or hanged (sic)".

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"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".

The case will be heard on November 22, and Tripathi hopes that Court may add few more sections against Kamal Haasan. "They too started indulging in violence", he wrote.

Responding to the Kerala CM's question, Kamal had said, "Terrorism has spread to that extent in their camp".

Raaj tweeted: "If instilling fear in the name of religion, culture, morality is not terrorising... then what is it?"

Prakash Raj had criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month for being silent on journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh's murder and called him a 'good actor'. If trolling with abuse, threat... to silence even a slightest voice of dissent is not terrorizing...

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