AIADMK legislator KT Rajendra Balaji on Monday said that Kamal Haasan's tongue should be cut off for his remarks on Nathuram Godse stating that the comments were made to gain votes of minorities
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A petition seeking direction to the police to register an FIR against actor Kamal Haasan for his alleged comments on "Hindu terrorism" in a Tamil magazine has been filed in the Madras High Court.
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Rajnath Singh's accusation that the term "Hindu terrorism" was coined during UPA rule unleashed a war of words today with Congress alleging distortion and that it was being raised by BJP to "polarise" the country while the latter raked up Rahul Gandhi's remarks on radical groups.
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A war of words has broken out between the BJP and the Congress over Sushil Kumar Shinde's 'Hindu terrorism' remark. The Congress hit back at Singh said the Home Minister was quoting his predecessor Sushil Kumar Shinde out of context.
Congress has weakened India's stand on terrorism by coining the term 'Hindu terrorism': Rajnath Singh
Government and Opposition on Friday clashed in Lok Sabha, with Home Minister Rajnath Singh accusing Congress of weakening the fight against terror by coining the term "Hindu terrorism", prompting the retort that he was indulging in politics over the issue.
Government on Friday hit out at Congress, saying the term "Hindu terrorism" coined by its previous government had "weakened" the fight against the scourge by diverting the direction of probe into the incidents of terrorism.
We have a new Dinanath Batra in town: The Sanskrit Shikshak Sangh —a group of teachers who got the government to ban German as third language in KVs.
"To call Hindu a terrorist is a glaring contradiction. This term is floated only to malign this organisation," RSS spokesman Ram Madhav told reporters in an informal chat here.
The Congress party virtually snubbed Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on his jibe against BJP and RSS on Hindu terrorism saying terror has no religion.