Kamal Haasan had written in an article in Tamil magazine Ananda Vikatan: "Earlier, Hindu rightists used have just intellectual debates with those of differing views through which they provoked their opponents to violence".
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Tripathi, in his application, has sought lodging of a case under the IPC against Hasaan for alleged defamation and causing hurt to religious sentiments.
The complaint has accused Mr Haasan of hurting religious sentiments of the Hindus by making the "inflamatory and derogatory remark of Hindu terrorism".
A native of Jaunpur district, Tripathi practices in Varanasi district court. But once this tactic failed, they started using muscle power instead of dialogue. "They too started indulging in violence", he wrote. "The Hindus can not challenge others to show extremists among them since extremism has spread to that extent even among the Hindus", he wrote.
Responding to the Kerala CM's question, Kamal had said, "Terrorism has spread to that extent in their camp".
In his post titled "To whomsoever it may concern", Prakash Raj said "If abusing and manhandling young couples on the streets of my country in the name of morality is not terrorising". Famous actor from the South film industry, Prakash Raaj tweeted extending support to him. If trolling with abuse, threat... to silence even a slightest voice of dissent is not terrorizing...