Kamal Hasan Party :- Makkal Needhi Maiam launched his political party
Kamal Hasan Party Makkal needhi Maiam :- Kamal Haasan born 7 November 1954 is an Indian actor, politician, director, screenwriter, producer, playback singer and lyricist who works primarily in Tamil cinema. He started as a child artist in the 1960 Tamil language film Kalathur Kannamma. Kamal was awarded the National film fare award, Kalaimamani award in 1979, the Padma Shri in 1990, the Padma Bhushan in 2014.
Today, Kamal Haasan the veteran actor on Wednesday launched his political party, the Makkal Needhi Maiam (People’s Justice Centre), a serious alternative projecting himself to the Dravidian majors in Tamil Nadu.
Kamal Hasan Party Makkal needhi Maiam
On the occasion of the launching the party he said, “I am not your leader, I am your tool.. this gathering is full of leaders,” he said moments before announcing the party’s name that roughly translates to “Center for People’s Justice.”
Kamal Hasan Party :- Makkal Needhi Maiam May fill vaccum of late J Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi
Kamal Hasan has earlier announced his intentions to make his own party, in a political vacuum created by the absence of two top leaders – the late J Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi, who suffers various ailments – in the state politics for more than one year now. He choose Madurai in the southern of Tamil Nadu as the launchpad for his political journey. This is the long tradition in Tamilnadu of actors/film famous personalities in the state moving over from the from film industry to world to politics.
Kamal Hasan Party Makkal needhi Maiam a political journey starts with a road show starting from the house of former President APJ Abdul Kalam in Rameswaram, hoisted his party’s flag in front of a mammoth gathering here.
He was cheered among others by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who saw in the actor the potential to dislodge the Dravidian parties.
Why Kamal Hasan Party :- Makkal needhi Maiam in Politics ?
On the reason for entering politics, Hassan said he was seized of a guilty conscience when he thought of what he had done for the people who showered him with their love.
“I then decided that the rest of my life is for you, and that is why this hurry (to launch party),” he told the huge crowd that had gathered.
On whether his party’s ideology will be left or right, he said: “We are being asked if we are left or right that is why we have kept centre in the party name. We will take good things from wherever we get it.”
Stating that the party has been registered with the Election Commission and the structure has been designed with an intention to sustain it through the next three to four generations at the least.