Thakur, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, on Tuesday evening alleged that the Congress has always abused patriots.
The Congress leader's remark came after the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha opened a library dedicated to Godse in Gwalior.
After being trolled heavily, Ramesh Naidu deleted the tweet claiming that it was posted by his social media team.
Congress’s student body NSUI took strong objection to the social media post and submitted a complaint demanding a case be lodged against the accused.
Roy accused the actor of insulting the father of the Nation and sought action according to law.
The complainant also stated that Naga Babu supported Godse and called him a true patriot.
A handful of Mahasabha workers led by its national vice-president Jaiveer Bhardwaj celebrated Godse’s 111th birthday today.
The expelled JD(U) vice president lamented the pity was that, 'those aligned with the BJP, did not muster the courage to even condemn the outrageous act'.
Issuing clarification on the same, Issac justified that it is a political statement.
Thakur was at Kamla Nehru police station in Bhopal and officials were holding a discussion with her, a senior police official said.
Baghel said Godse had tried to kill the independence movement stalwart even before the talk about creation of Pakistan started taking shape.
The BJP MP also said that Haasan should not be afraid of getting arrested 'because he is Muslim'.
Submitting a report on the Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, senior advocate and amicus curiae Amarendra Sharan on Monday informed the Supreme Court that there is no need to re-investigate the case.