‘Rs 1001 reward for ‘Kicking’ an actor ‘, Hindu Makkal Katchi with hate campaign against Vijay Sethupathi
Hindu Makkal Katchi, an extremist Hindu organization, has come out with a hateful statement that it will pay if anyone kick actor Vijay Sethupathi. Hindu Makkal party leader Arjun Sampath has announced a reward of Rs 1,001 for kicking on Vijay Sethupathi. The Hindu Makkal Katchi alleges that the actor insulted Thevar Aiya, a Thevar community leader and freedom fighter. Pasumpan Muthuramalinga Thevar was the supreme leader of the Thevar community.
It is alleged that Vijay Sethupathi had invited Thevar Ayya to a memorial function in Sivaganga district of Tamil Nadu but said he could not attend. Vijay Sethupathi said that Thevar Ayya is not Karl Marx or Lenin. The Hindumakkal party’s controversial statement is outraged by this.
Earlier this week, footage of a young man attacking Vijay Sethupathi’s group at the Bengaluru airport went viral on social media. A poster with a screenshot of these scenes has been released on the Twitter handle of the Hindu Makkal Katchi, which is managed by Arjun Sampath. ” Arjun Sampath announces that he will reward those who trample on Vijay Sethupathi. This is because Thevar insulted Ayya. 1 kick = Rs. 1001. Will be given to anyone. You should be beaten until you apologize ”, said Arjun Sampath.
According to Arjun Sampath, he spoke to Mahagandhi who tried to kick Vijay Sethupathi at the airport. According to Arjun Sampath, Mahagandhi tried to attack Vijay Sethupathi for mocking him.
Mahagandhi went to congratulate Vijay Sethupathi for receiving the National Award. But Vijay Sethupathi’s reply was whether this is a country. Mahagandhi invited Vijay Sethupathi to the Pasumpan Muthuramalinga Thevar memorial function saying that you are from the southern districts. But it is alleged that Vijay Sethupathi said that his god is only Jesus. But it is not clear whether Vijay Sethupathi spoke like this. This is only the allegation of the Hindumakkal party.
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