Kamal Haasan reacts to TN's political tussle, asks DMK people to welcome MLAs with respect

Kamal Haasan, through a tweet, asked the MLAs to show some respect and termed them as people of "Tamizhnadu".

After a huge commotion in the Tamil Nadu Assembly, the newly elected Chief Minister of state, E Palaniswami won the trust vote and now, film star Kamal Haasan took on twitter to slam the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) MLAs who unleashed violence in the Assembly, asking them to show respect to their respective MLAs what they deserve back home.

Kamal Haasan, through a tweet, asked the MLAs to show some respect and termed them as people of  “Tamizhnadu”. He wrote,”People of Tamizhnadu, Welcome your respective MLAs with the respect they deserve back home.”

Appreciating Palaniswami’s win over trust votes, he wrote,”There you go. Seems like we have another CM. Jai de-mockcrazy.”

Prior to these tweets, Haasan didn’t spare the media as well and taking a dig, he wrote,”Media’ll have to use less hyperbole. We have seen worst things happen in TN assembly. Why are lazy couch revolters (incld. I) so shocked now?”

Earlier this day, a huge ruckus was created in the Tamil Nadu assembly by the DMK MLAs over the demand of secret ballot which was denied by Speaker P Dhanapal. The MLAs started protesting in the house which later took a violent turn in which the members humiliated the Speaker, snatched his mic, threw and damaged the furniture and torn Speaker P Dhanapal’s clothes.

Following this misbehaviour, the DMK MLAs were evicted out of the house and the house was adjourned. Later on, DMK’s acting chief MK Stalin came out of the house with his shirt torn off and held the speaker responsible for all those mishappenings.

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