Just a few days back, actor Kamal Hassan turned into a full fledged politician at a public meeting at Madurai. But now it seems like several religious organizations were rooting for the actor to come into politics for a very long time
SatyaVijayi had earlier covered the story where Hari Prabhakaran, AIADMK IT Joint secretary, had made stunning allegations against Kamal Haasan on being funded by Chruch Mafia. In continuation to his tweet series, Hari has come out with posters that were printed in September 2017, a Tamil Nadu based Christian group which goes by the name of “Missionary Dhoni”, had given full support to Kamal Hassan in it’s newsletters.
In the newsletter, the organization had suggested that re-elections must take place in Tamil Nadu in 2018 after dissolving the existing Government. Kamal Hassan will be the new Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The group further went on to suggest that Kamal Hassan becoming the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is a prophecy given by none other than Jesus Christ.
Missionary Dhoni, the Christian group in its news letter September 2017 says, TN government will be dissolved and @ikamalhaasan will be the CM of TN. So the saint started his part in 2018. #KamalPartyLaunch pic.twitter.com/ENLgD69M4n
— Hari Prabhakaran (@Hariindic) February 26, 2018
The fact that a religious organization was expressing desire to have Kamal Hassan as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister in its newsletter, even before he officially stepped foot into politics has raised several eyebrows. Many political enthusiasts are speculating whether Kamal has some very influential Christian organizations backing him in politics. It must be kept in mind that contrary to Northern India, the Christian Institutions and churches have a strong influence in southern India, particularly in Tamil Nadu.
Kamal Hassan launched his new political party Makkal Needhi Maiam at Madurai, four days back from a huge public meeting. “I was in your heart all this while. Now I want to be in all your homes. You had looked at me as a star all along. Now I request you to look at me as a lamp. Light me in all your homes,” he said, addressing a large gathering of people at Othakadai in Madurai. Among the dignitaries who were present at the event included Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.