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Kamal launches political party 'Makkal Needhi Miam' in Madurai

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Veteran actor Kamal Hassan launched his political party ''Makkal Needhi Miam' at a public meeting in Madurai on Wednesday, February 21.

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, former Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti, and farmer leader P.R. Pandian attend the event.

Kamal also hoisted the party flag at the event. The flag featured six united hands-three each in white and red-with a white star in the middle. 

Organizers said that the choice of Madurai is significant; it is the political capital of Tamil Nadu and has a sizeable presence of Thevars, a politically significant community that has often featured in Kamal Haasan's films. Importantly for the actor, Madurai is also the town where his icon Mahatma Gandhi adopted the loin cloth.

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