The failure of Kamal Haasan to speak up on many crucial issues affecting the State in the recent past is causing concern among some of the party functionaries.
Sources close to both actors confirmed the two being invited to Modi's swearing-in scheduled on Thursday, but did not divulge if the veterans would participate.
Ahead of the elections, Express carried an article regarding the shift of preference of the youth from the Dravidian majors like DMK and AIADMK to NTK and MNM.
When Express requested data of the current number of users and the number of complaints received till date, the party refused to share the details.
We managed to gather many votes despite all kinds of money circulation, which, in itself, is a big achievement,” said Haasan.
The MNM leader was apprehending arrest on an FIR filed against him for making controversial statements during an election campaign in Aravakurichi constituency.
Kamal also insisted that the one who threw the slippers should feel ashamed and not him.
Meanwhile, in another tweet, the MNM chief also released a video to conclude his campaign for the by-elections to the four Assembly constituencies.
The Makkal Needhi Maiam chief also said that he was not afraid of being arrested but warned any such action would escalate tensions.
Two men were arrested for throwing eggs and pelting stones at Kamal Haasan during a public meeting in Aravakurichi on Thursday. The MNM chief escaped unhurt.
Rambha later forwarded the complaint to the South Police Station, and gave the acknowledgement for the complaint.
The actor was addressing an election meeting in the Tirupparankundram Assembly constituency.
While, the VCK condemned the minister’s comments, MNM said that Bhalaji should be dropped from the Cabinet for making such a statement.
On May 12, during a poll campaign in Aravakurichi, Kamal said independent India’s first terrorist was a Hindu, and he was Nathuram Godse.
The remarks drew condemnation from BJP and the AIADMK, although Haasan found support in Congress and Dravidar Kazhagam.