Chennai: Political storm has not stopped yet after Union Home Minister Amit Shah gave a statement on the country's national language. The loudest voice against this has been raised from South India, now South Superstar and politician Kamal Haasan has tweeted about this issue. Kamal Haasan has tweeted a video saying that one language cannot be imposed on the country, if it happens then a big movement will start on it.
Sharing a video on Twitter, Kamal Haasan has said that no Shah, Sultan or Emperor can suddenly break this promise. When India became a republic in 1950, it was promised that the language and culture of each region would be respected and protected. South's superstar Kamal Haasan said that many kings sacrificed their kingship for the unity of the country. But people do not want to lose their language, culture and identity. Kamal Haasan said that India is a nation where people sit together and eat, nothing can be imposed on anyone.
Kamal Haasan said that before any new law or plan should be talked to the general public. What happened for Jallikattu was only a demonstration, but what would happen to save the language would be much bigger than this.
Now you are constrained to prove to us that India will continue to be a free country.— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan)
You must consult the people before you make a new law or a new scheme.