Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth casts politician E.V. Ramasamy categorically declined to apologize on Tuesday for their remarks concerning the 1971 rally led by 'Periyar'. Supporters for the frontrunner for the Dravidian activity are particularly aggravated with him concerning this. Rajinikanth made the remarks through the 50th anniversary festivities of Tamil magazine 'Tughlaq' a week ago.
At the Tughlaq purpose, Rajinikanth said that 'in 1971, a rally led by Periyar allegedly exhibited nude photos of Lord Ram and Sita'. He stated that whatever took place for the reason that rally had been reported because of the news in those days. <! –
Supporters of Periyar, the daddy for the Dravidian action and activists for the Dravidar Kazhagam, say that Rajinikanth's remarks tend to be an insult to Periyar. In a discussion with reporters right here, Rajinikanth showed some photocopies of news reports to get their remarks and stated which he will never apologize.
Dravid Viduthalai Kazhagam (DVK) filed a grievance utilizing the Coimbatore authorities a week ago against Rajinikanth for insulting Periyar. Dravid Kazhagam had reported that Rajinikanth's statement had been untrue and asked for the authorities to join up an incident against him. Dravid Kazhagam additionally threatened protests outside theaters showing the actor's current movie 'Darbar' for perhaps not apologizing.