In recent times one of the Sensational issues in Tamilnadu is the government hospital power failure in Madurai with the generator also failing to function, leading to the death of 5 people admitted in the hospital. During a recent media interaction, Kamal Haasan was asked on this.
The actor and president of Makkal Needhi Maiam president responded in his own inimitable manner and said even if delhi generator comes it won't be able to repair the Tamil Nadu government, as fact is that inspire of having every resources Tamil Nadu government is ruined.
Kamal Haasan was also asked to comment on the functioning of Election Commission of india, and he responded that the election commission must be fair and transparent and stay unbiased with full security offered to the strong room where electronic Voting machines are placed.
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