Modi hits back at Kamal for 'Hindu terrorist' remark

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indirectly hit out at Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan for his recent 'Hindu terrorist' remark. "A Hindu cannot be a terrorist. If someone is a terrorist, he can't be a Hindu," the PM said. Meanwhile, Police in Karur, booked Kamal Haasan for terming Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin “independent India’s first terrorist. The actor-politician was booked for “outraging religious feelings”. The complaint was filed by Hindu Munnani District Secretary KV Ramakrishnan.

Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi, on Tuesday, told India Today TV that Makkal Needhi Maiam chief Kamal Haasan's 'India's first terrorist is Hindu' remark was unwarranted. "If you say Nathuram Godse was a terrorist, it's fine. I have no love for the man who killed Mahatma Gandhi. But why say he was a Hindu. Why is he trying to sell Hindu-phobia, a false narrative of Hindu terror?," Vivek Oberoi said.