Cases Registered Against Makkal Needhi Maiam Kamal Haasan

Case registered against MNM Leader Kamal Haasan
Case registered against MNM Leader Kamal Haasan

FIR and Cases registered against Kamal Haasan by saffron organizations

On a complaint by the Secretary of the Karur unit of Hindu Munnani, FIR was registered against Kamal Haasan by Aravakruhi price. A case was also registered yesterday in Karur Metropolitan Magistrate court. Also, Saffron organizations have moved  Delhi High Court against Kamal Haasan. What kind of action they are going to take against them is yet is going to be the subject matter of the next few days’ news. The court cases are against the comment of Kamal Haasan that Nadhuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi is the first Hindu extremist of post-independent India.  

What are the sections booked against Kamal for his speech?

The sections against which Kamal Hassan booked for are IPC 153A and 295 A.  The first one is for promoting enmity between different groups of religion, rape, or place of birth. The second one is to outrage religious feelings. In Delhi court also the same sections were filed against him in addition to Section 123(3) or the RPA 1951.  It is also against promoting enmity among the citizens of India. These cases are to come for hearing in the next few days. If found guilty by courts under these sections the punishment is three years of imprisonment.

Police protection for Kamal Haasan's house

After the threat by various Hindu organizations to march to Kamal's house to seek justice for his comment, police personnel started giving police protection to  Kamal's house. He is to campaign for his candidate of Tiruparankundram constituency in Madurai today. Many are anticipating protests against Kamal Haasan today during his campaign.

First independent India's extremist is a Hindu has gone national

Asaduddin Owaisi of AIMIM has asked if Godse is not to be called as extremist, then what the convicted assassin be called. Tamil Nadu State Congress leaders came in support of Kamal Hassan.  But now it has to be seen whether the freedom of speech enshrined by the Constitution of India is upheld in these cases by the courts.