Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Actor politician Kamal Haasan, who launched his political party ‘Makkal Needhi Maiam” yesterday, attacked the BJP today, writing that however saffron is one of the three shades of the Indian flag, “it shouldn’t spread to the entire flag”. While saffron in the Indian flag stands for sacrifice, it has been generally related to the conservative belief system. In his gigantically prevalent section in Tamil magazine Ananda Vikatan, Mr Hassan wrote it is inappropriate to state he “dishonours” saffron as the flag gives “space for that sacrifice”. Underscoring the point, the 63-year-old, whose party flag gave general allusions of the Dravidian philosophy he buys in to, said it was basic to “give space and respect others too.” In the run-up to yesterday’s party launch in Tamil Nadu’s political capital Madurai, Mr Haasan has made it clear that he doesn’t buy in to the conservative belief system. Discussing the possibilities of a collusion with companion Rajinikanth, who has likewise reported his goals to join legislative issues, Mr Haasan said it would be “unlikely if his colour is saffron”. Inquired as to whether his party would buy in to left or right-wing politics, Mr Haasan yesterday said “I’m centre”. Today, he made his abhorrence clear, saying, “Some videos show people taking a vow to remove the word secular in constitution… Can we make such a sacrifice to harvest votes?” The reference was to Union minister Anant Kumar Hedge, who landed in a controversy in December in the wake of saying his party, the BJP, will soon change the Constitution,” which specifies “secular”. The gathering had immediately removed itself from his remarks, saying it was “not an issue” for it. Mr Haasan, who said his party was resulting from “people’s anger” has additionally been at loggerheads with the decision AIADMK, which throughout the most recent couple of months, is viewed as moving nearer to the BJP with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s continuous visits to the state. The BJP has been attempting to pick up a solid footing in the state, which is ruled by the two Dravidian parties – the AIADMK and the restriction DMK. On one of his visits, PM Modi had additionally met DMK’s debilitated leader M Karunanidhi. The party – which has effectively made advances in Kerala and is going full scale to win the coming get together races in Karnataka – had likewise given an open welcome to Rajinikanth when he was thinking about a vocation in governmental issues. “I want to change the politics without ethics (that doesn’t care about bloodshed and loss of life),” Mr Haasan composed. The whiz hosts made it clear that his get-together is established in the Dravidian belief system, which has individuals at its heart. The name of the gathering – “Makkal Needhi Maiam”, which generally implies People’s Justice Center, likewise strengthens the thought.