Anyone who has closely observed the events of the last two years knows that democracy has been eroded and democratic institutions have been debilitated, the Congress leader said.
Complainants have sought registration of an FIR against Rajinikanth under Sections 153(A) of the Indian Penal Code.
The case is that Karti Chidambaram allegedly received Rs 6.38 crore in cash while his wife received Rs 1.35 crore in the sale of a piece of land near Muttukadu.
'Let five critics of CAA-NPR debate the PM. Let the event be televised live. And let the people draw their own conclusions,' he said on Twitter.
The Congress leader also alleged that the growth figure of 4.8 per cent given by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is after some 'window dressing' and he won't be surprised if it goes even lower.
Earlier this year, Karti, a Lok Sabha member from Tamil Nadu's Sivaganga, had skipped ED summons citing his preoccupation with Pongal festival.
Chidambaram said all political parties fighting against the NPR, the CAA and the proposed nationwide NRC must come together.
Modi government has quickly "changed gears" and is now talking of NPR instead of NRC after the Assam fiasco, he said.
The apex court in January and May 2019 had granted Karti Chidambaram permission to travel to foreign countries after depositing Rs 10 crore each respectively with the registry.
The sliding economy is an even greater threat to the country, the former finance minister said in a series of tweets.
Anitha Sumanth represented company, from where documents were seized in the case, when she was advocate
Chidambaram on Monday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to have a televised Q and A session over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.
The Congress leader said he hoped that the prime minister would respond favourably to his suggestion.
Supreme Court order on J-K is rebuff to 'unconstitutional, arrogant' stance of government: Chidambaram
He demanded that the entire team in J&K that designed and executed 'the plan' be changed and a new set of administrators who respect the Constitution be appointed.
More than 35 students and faculty members were injured after a mob of masked young people stormed the campus on Sunday and systematically targeted students in three hostels.