Tamil actor and superstar Kamal Haasan on Sunday unequivocally stated that he will soon launch a political party and hopes that his fans will give him funds to run it. "But we can not deny their existence".More news: NFL Week 9: Keys for Giants vs. Rams
Prakash Raj's comment came a day after Kamal Haasan hit out at right-wing groups in the Tamil weekly Ananda Vikatan. "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", TOI quoted Ashok as saying. They too started indulging in violence.
Mohd Aamir Rashid added that if Hindus turn "extremists" then no other community in the country would be safe.More news: SoftBank linked to Charter talks as doubts cast on Sprint/T-Mobile tie-up
"All the party members have pledged that we will boycott all the movies which star Haasan and his family members". Abhishek Agarwal, Meerut President of the outfit further said that all Indians should make the pledge.
Samithi State president K Vasu who addressed the demonstrators in front of the Gandhi statue opposite the GVMC main office, said only Hinduism practised universal well-being "Sarve Janah Sukhinobhavantu" and the organisation was creating awareness among the general public on the need to safeguard Hindu dharma. But in recent times, communalism and backwardness have set foot into Tamil Nadu.More news: ISIS on verge of defeat in face of Syrian, Iraqi assault
Responding to the Kerala CM's question, Kamal had said, "Terrorism has spread to that extent in their camp".