Mumbai: Kamal Haasan, who has been quite vocal about his criticism of the current turmoil in Tamil Nadu politics, has once again hit back again after sitting Chief Minister Edapapdi Palanisamy of the AIADMK won the trust vote with the support of a staggering 122 MLAs.
The actor tweeted mocking the turn of events, projecting it as an insult to the democracy.
The House had been adjourned twice after the opposition vehemently protested the trust vote. DMK MLAs, including leader Stalin were forcibly evicted by marshals, following which Congress MLAs staged a walk-out. The Trust Vote was subsequently passed in the absence of the MLAs of the opposition parties.
Kamal also urged his followers to express their discomfiture to the government, providing an email id for the same. He also asked of them to express their grievances politely.
The tweet reads, "Please send your grievances as emails to Rajbhavantamilnadu@gmail.com. But be polite, this is not the assembly, but the governor's house."
Earlier, AIADMK General Secretary V. K. Sasikala had been convicted by the Supreme Court in a two-decade old disproportionate assets case....