Tamil actor Kamal Haasan on Thursday said Hindu right wing groups cannot anymore claim that there are no “Hindu terrorists”, as violence has spread to their camps as well.

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“They are indulging in violence now. The Hindu right wing groups cannot claim that there are no Hindu terrorists now. It has spread onto their camps as well,” Haasan wrote in Tamil daily Ananda Vikatan.

He also asserted that the truth will win. Amid rumours of his political affiliation, Haasan had said, “My colour is obviously seen over the 40 years. I have been working in cinema, definitely, it’s not saffron”.

He added that he wants to “be in the middle of things, not leaning to any side.” Haasan also wrote that Tamil Nadu will soon reemerge a model state for social justice.

Kamal also said , “I can see that a youth force is waiting. The requirement and duty for me to coordinate them has come… I am going to announce a way of seamless communication with them on November 7”.

He had added that those who want to do something for Tamil Nadu as a “duty” and not as a “sacrifice” are welcome to join him.

Reacting to Kamal allegations BJP leader Vinay Katiyar said, "His mental state is unstable. He should be getting treated in a hospital. Politics of such defamatory nature is not okay. He doesn't have any proof." Katiyar also said that the Tamil Nadu BJP will look into filing a defamation case against the actor.

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy meanwhile said that Kamal doesn’t have any substance to back his claims. Calling the actor a ‘propagandist for the communists’, he said that the actor is acting according to the script given to him by communists.
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