FIR Filed Against Kamal Hassan for His Explicit Comments
An FIR was enlisted against actor-turned-politician Kamal Hassan in Tamil Nadu's Aravakurichi on Tuesday for his "free India's first terrorist was a Hindu" explanation, according to the reports
The case was enlisted under Sections 153A and 295A of the Indian Penal Code, which manage 'insulting religious emotions' and 'advancing hostility between various gatherings', separately, police said.
A release from the Karur district police additionally cautioned of stringent activity against those inducing brutality for the sake of religion, station, language, and race.
Hassan, the leader of the MakkalNeedhiMaiam, in a race battle in Tamil Nadu had on Sunday said autonomous India's first "extremist was a Hindu"– Nathuram Godse who killed Mahatma Gandhi.
The comments drew judgment from BJP and the AIADMK, in spite of the fact that Hassan discovered help in Congress and DravidarKazhagam.
A grumbling was additionally recorded against Hassan in a Delhi court looking for his indictment for supposedly harming religious assumptions by naming Nathuram Godse, who had slaughtered Mahatma Gandhi, a "Hindu terrorist".
The issue is probably going to be recorded before a Metropolitan Magistrate on May 16.
The complainant has looked for Hassan’s indictment for supposed offenses culpable under Indian Penal Code areas 153-An (advancing enmity between various groups on the ground of religion, race, language, and so forth) and 295-A (shock religious emotions by offending religion, and so forth).
The request said he had made the remark while talking at a race rally for his gathering applicant in the Aravakurichi assembly constituency, where by-polls will be hung on May 19.