Actor-turned politician Kamal Haasan has promised to borrow an idea from Kerala housing and replicate it in Tamil Nadu to help the poor.
Kizhakkambalam Panchayath is an outstanding example of nation building, he said. “I have come here not as a dignitary but as a partner, and will continuously, shamelessly copy the idea implemented by my friend Sabu M Jacob that helps in nation building. My vision is not blurred by party life. With a single vision and healthiest competition both me and Sabu Jacob will work as an individual,” he said when in Kochi for handing over the key of God’s Villa — a community development initiative of Twenty 20 by Anna-Kitex group.
“For executing good ideas, we need power. With sheer perseverance one can overcome any hindrances. Earnestness is the first thing I see here. For nation building, one must change personally. The main goal of neo political leaders is to secure more money for development rather than to earn money”, he added. Kamal inaugurated the God’s Villa by handing over the first key to Raji Velayudhan, one among the 37 beneficiaries of the housing scheme that has rebuilt a colony that was in dilapidated condition. The star is hoping to be even more active in politics after Indian 2.