BJP condemns 'misconceptions' about GST, note ban in movie Mersal

ANI
Published Oct 20, 2017, 12:20 pm IST
Updated Oct 20, 2017, 12:25 pm IST
BJP Tamil Nadu chief also stressed on the impact of celebrities' words on general public.
BJP Tamil Nadu chief Tamilisai Soundararajan said people criticising central schemes are not appreciable tax-payers. (Photo: File)
 BJP Tamil Nadu chief Tamilisai Soundararajan said people criticising central schemes are not appreciable tax-payers. (Photo: File)

Chennai: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tamil Nadu chief Tamilisai Soundararajan has condemned the 'misconceptions' about central government's schemes and Hindu religion projected in Tamil movie Mersal, and called for a removal of such representations.

"It's their right to project any view but we have to condemn the misconceptions about GST (Goods and Services Tax), demonetisation and digital transaction and also about Hindu sentiments," Soundararajan told on Friday, adding that such views misdirect the public.

 

The BJP state president also stressed on the impact of celebrities' words on general public.

"When celebrities are talking about certain schemes and misleading the public, it will carry some effect in the minds of people," Soundararajan said.

She further alleged that the central government is being particularly criticised by the filmmakers, who did not raise their voices "when previously corruption was prevalent in our country."

"Who are criticising the good schemes of our honourable (Prime Minister) Modi ji?...They're unable to reform the ticket sale, they are not disclosing their salary or profit. They're not appreciable tax-payers either," Soundararajan said.

Mersal is a Tamil movie directed by Atlee and co-written by Atlee and Vijayendra Prasad. 

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