New Delhi: Two like-minded men opposing corruption and communalism met in Chennai on Thursday. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and south Indian actor Kamal Haasan joined hands to fight corruption and communalism in the country. Kejriwal called on Kamal at his ancestral house in Alwarpet in the city.
After the meeting, they spoke to reporters. “Kamal has some great ideas. He is a person who is ready to stick his neck out. I have been a fan of Kamal, and I am happy to join hands with him against corruption and communalism,” said Kejriwal after holding talks with the actor. He said Kamal should enter politics.
Today’s meeting is a foundation for a movement of anti-corruption and anti-communalism. This discussion will continue,” Kejriwal said.
“Kamal is known for his integrity and courage. We exchanged views on the issues faced by Tamil Nadu and India as a whole and our exchanges will continue,” he added.
Kamal said he was honoured by the visit of the Delhi chief minister. “This is a historical house, and I am honoured by the visit of Kejriwal. We had fruitful discussions, and I will seek his advice on various issues,” said Kamal. Both Kejriwal and Hasaan refused to take any questions from the reporters.