Ujjain: Swarnim Bharat Manch activists burn Kamal Haasan's effigy

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A senior leader of the Hindu outfit - Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha - on Friday had slammed Kamal Haasan for his "Hindu terror" remarks and said people like him should be "shot dead".

Earlier on Thursday, Kamal Haasan in his regular column in a Tamil weekly news magazine wrote that terrorism has spread to right-wing camps.

"Kamal Haasan and the likes of him should either be shot dead or hanged so that they learn a lesson". Peeved at Kamal Haasan's remarks, Manch activists assembled at Tower Chowk and raised slogans against Haasan.

Kamlesh Chandra Tripathi, a lawyer from Varanasi who filed the case against Haasan told TwoCircles.net, "Hindu never raised any weapon against anyone".

It rather ended in a complaint getting registered against Kamal HAssan for hurting the religious sentiments of Hindu religion.

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Tripathi, in his application, has sought lodging of a case under the IPC against Hasaan for alleged defamation and causing hurt to religious sentiments. They too have started using violence. But once this tactic failed, they started using muscle power instead of dialogue.

He further wrote, "The right-wing can not challenge anyone asking the question: show me, one Hindu terrorist".

Raaj tweeted: "If instilling fear in the name of religion, culture, morality is not terrorising... then what is it?"

Among those who joined the chorus to support Haasan are leading Tamil actors Arvind Swami and Prakash Raj. "If trolling with abuse, threat.to silence even a slightest voice of dissent is not terrorizing. then what is terrorizing".