Kamal Haasan firm on launching political party

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"If we question, they call us anti-nationals and want to put us in jail".

He feels the actor's recent comment on Hindus was an attempt to create communal rift. "The Hindus can not challenge others to show extremists among them since extremism has spread to that extent even among the Hindus", he wrote. Subramanian Swami said Kamal Haasan is neither an honest man nor unbiased, if he would've been, he would have lodged complaint with NIA.

The Muslim youth also announced a reward to anyone who blackens the Ulaganayagan's face, according to TOI. But this extremism is not a mark of success or growth, he had written.

"In the past the Hindu right used to engage only in intellectual debates with the other religious groups".

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

A case has been filed against Kamal Haasan under sections IPC sections 500, 511, 298, 295 (a) & 505 (c) for his remarks on "Hindu terror".

Taking the cue, Hindu Mahasabha's national vice president Ashok Sharma said on Friday in Meerut: "Any person who uses abusive language for people belonging to Hindu faith does not have the right to live on this holy land and they should get death in return of their remarks".

Tamil actor Kamal Haasan will launch a mobile application on his birthday on Tuesday to let him stay connected with his fans, seen as his first big step to take the plunge into politics. Once this approach started failing they have resorted to muscle power.