'What's the need of new Parliament?' Kamal Haasan asks PM Modi
Kamal Haasan also raised questions about the construction of the new parliament building. He said that when people are losing their jobs due to Corona virus Pandemic in the country.
New Delhi: Assembly elections are due in Tamil Nadu next year. Political parties have already pushed for victory in this assembly election. Now Makkal Nidhi Mayyam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan started the election campaign on Sunday. Earlier, he targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi fiercely.
Kamal Haasan starts Election Campaign:
Kamal Haasan also raised questions about the construction of the new parliament building. He said that when people are losing their jobs due to Corona virus Pandemic in the country, half of India is hungry, then why is the new Parliament building being built at a cost of about 1000 crores at that time?
The MNM chief said that when the Great Wall of China was being built, thousands of people died during that time. The rulers said that this wall is for the protection of the people. For whose defense are you building a new Parliament building after spending 1000 crores. Honorable Prime Minister answer this.
Makkal Nidhi Mayyam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan launched the party's election campaign in Madurai for the Tamil Nadu assembly elections. During the election campaign, Haasan will travel in Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli, Tuticorin and Kanyakumari districts.
Kamal Haasan gained worldwide fame as an artist. Kamal Haasan has worked as a film producer, director, writer. He has also acted in several Hindi films. He formed the Makkal Needhi Mayam Party in the year 2018. His party contested the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, but could not win a single seat. However, his party got around 4 percent votes.
Kamal Haasan's party Makkal Nidhi Mayyam (MNM) is eyeing the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. In Tamil Nadu, BJP and AIMDMK will fight elections together. So at the same time Congress and DMK can contest elections together. The BJP is also engaged in strengthening the party in the South.