Kamal Haasan has become the voice of Tamilnadu people since the time he started his own political party. The actor who is now going to turn into a full-time politician has reviewed the central budget that was announced a couple of days back. Kamal is unhappy with the budget and he expressed the same on his Twitter profile.
“All the promises in this interim budget made to the middle class and the farmers might look impressive prima facie but if broken down to per diem/day allowance, it would amount to a paltry sum. Economic experts will easily be able to pick holes on this budget.
But what is obvious even to the common man is that this budget sounds in some parts like the legitimate version of money for votes. While the party in power might reap the benefits of this dole, what if the People of India choose another party? Why would the new party in power continue with this budgetry ideas, which they are already critical of? The bottom line is, it is a very “self serving” budget by the Government. And more importantly, The budget doesn’t address any of the critical issues that “Affect the People of Tamil Nadu”” responded Kamal Haasan.