Once this approach started failing they have resorted to muscle power.
"Kamal Haasan must apologise for hurting Hindu civilisation, defaming it, trying to create provocation for his petty political end", Sinha tweeted.
"Earlier such Hindu right-wingers, without indulging in violence against those belonging to other religions, made the latter indulge in violence through their arguments and counter arguments", he said. "They used to hold dialogues with opponents but now they resort to violence".
Reacting to Kamal Haasan's allegations that "right-wing Hindus" have started employing terrorism to propagate their "communal agenda", Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday compared the actor to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed.
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Veteran actor Kamal Haasan yet again in news for his comment on "saffron terror" phrase, that the "right wing can not challenge the fact that there is no Hindu terror". "It was done by the former home minister P Chidambaram and Congress leader Sushil Kumar Shindey saying it on the floor of Parliament that there is Hindu terror in this country", BJP's national spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao said.
In his post, he further writes that the people have lost their faith from "Satyameva Jayate".
"Such claims will not work in politics. The Hindus can not challenge others to show extremists among them since extremism has spread to that extent even among the Hindus".
The 62-year-old actor, who has been throwing hints about his political debut, had earlier said his color was definitely not saffron.
Haasan had been vocal against the Tamil Nadu government on the issue of corruption, thus incurring the wrath of several state ministers, who have accused the actor of speaking in general terms and dared him to provide evidence of his charges. He met Kerala Chief Minister Vijayan, and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.