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Congress party compares RSS with the Islamic State, supports Kamal Haasan’s comments on Godse

While Alagiri maintains that terrorism has no religion, he continues to support Kamal Haasan's statement about Godse being India's first 'Hindu terrorist'.

Tamil Nadu Congress chief KS Alagiri on Monday compared the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with the Islamic State (IS) when he was asked to comment upon Kamal Haasan’s comment on Nathuram Godse.

KS Alagiri while talking to the media said “It is the same as how the IS is in the Arab countries. Even the IS in those countries says that they need to eliminate even the Muslims if they don’t believe in their ideas. It’s not just elimination; it’s elimination from the world itself.”

“Extreme leftists and rightists will follow the same policy. Even religion fundamentalists are same. RSS in Hinduism is just like ISIS in Islam, both are similar. I support and agree Kamal Haasan’s statement not only 100% but 1000%,” he added.

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While Alagiri maintains that terrorism has no religion, he continues to support Kamal Haasan’s statement about Godse being India’s first ‘Hindu terrorist’. The founder of Makkal Needhi Maiyam (MNM) made the comment on Godse while speaking at an election rally for his party candidate in Aravakurichi assembly constituency.

Meanwhile, in an interview with Times Now, a member of the Makkal Needhi Maiyam (MNM) tried to explain the context of Kamal Haasan’s comments on Godse. He said that Kamal Haasan intended to explain how terrorism has no religion by using Godse as an example of ‘Hindu terrorism’.

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