LED screen falls at Kamal Haasan's party launch venue in Madurai, none injured

A giant LED screen erected at the venue, where actor Kamal Haasan is scheduled to launch his political party here, collapsed due to heavy winds on Wednesday, police said.

PTI February 21, 2018 15:59:30 IST
LED screen falls at Kamal Haasan's party launch venue in Madurai, none injured

Madurai: A giant LED screen erected at the venue, where actor Kamal Haasan is scheduled to launch his political party collapsed due to heavy winds on Wednesday, police said.

LED screen falls at Kamal Haasans party launch venue in Madurai none injured

File image of actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan. PTI

However, no one was injured, they said.

The incident occurred hours before Haasan is to unveil the name and flag of his political party.

Elaborate arrangements have been made at the venue of the launch in Othakadai in the district, where a large number of people are expected to converge.

Delhi chief minister and AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal is also scheduled to attend the launch event.

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