Kamal Haasan ended suspense by declaring to fight in 2019 Lok Sabha polls: Actor Kamal Haasan who turned out to be a politician has signalled the poll herald. Haasan proclaimed his possible official political first appearance, saying that his party Makkal Needhi Maiam will also compete in the Lok Sabha polls for the year 2019.
Ending Suspense, Kamal Haasan Declares Will Fight 2019 Polls; All Eyes on Rajinikanth Now
Haasan in one of his interview said that he will absolutely compete in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections. He stated, “I will definitely contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections”
The 64 year old actor had previously declared his retirement from acting and said that a commission will shortly start choosing contenders for the general elections.
Assumed that the poll politics is now warming up with parties counterfeiting and violating agreements, Haasan said that his party will forge associations with like-minded parties for forthcoming elections. He said the party had accredited him to take judgments on association subjects. He said, “After discussions, the party executive and administrative panels authorised me to take a decision on forging alliance with like-minded parties and a good alliance will fructify”
Though, Haasan declared confidently by saying that, “We will not ally with any party which is desperate change the DNA of Tamil Nadu.” Haasan had earlier administrated out any alliance with either one of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) or the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK).
When asked Haasan about whether he will line up with the BJP, He declined to comment by saying that “You can say whatever you want. We have our own decisions.”
He had launched his party this year in the month of February, which he named Makkal Needhi Maiam literally means People’s Justice Centre. Later then, he has articulated in contradiction of the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu, disapproving the state government’s management and supervision of matters such as the anti-Sterlite protest in Tuticorin and also the Cyclone Gaja.
He calls himself a “polity-culturist”, somebody who promotes and encourage a new organization. Haasan said, “Yes. My party should not become redundant till at least 30 years after my death. The polity-culturalism would have worked.”
Kamal Haasan has been visiting as well as travelling around Tamil Nadu as part of his determinations to support and build up his new party, has continually weakened to remark on probable alliances previously constructing uncertainty in the state on the subject of poll deal. When he was asked in an interview that if he would go on your own or collaborate with other parties for elections and bypolls of 2019 to 20 assembly constituencies, He replied, “Such things cannot be said now and it cannot be disclosed to the media. Some sections of media are imagining things.”