“Theft by a government is a crime. Not proving after unravelling, isn’t it a crime too?” Haasan tweeted.
“Examination bell has gone. Criminals should not rule…People should turn judges. Let us wake up and arise. People should act. People should get the republic (state) function,” he added.
On Friday night, I-T officials conducted searches at the Poes Garden residence of Amma, who died in December 2016. They reportedly seized a laptop, a desktop and six pen drives from the office of Jayalalithaa’s secretary and two rooms used by Sasikala, when she lived with the former chief minister.
Sasikala, who is serving a four-year jail sentence in the Rs 66.65 crore disproportionate assets case, was sidelined by the AIADMK when Chief Minister E Palanisamy shook hands with O Panneerselvam and took over the party.
Sasikala’s nephew TTV Dhinakaran blamed the raids on Palanisamy and Deputy Chief Minister Panneerselvam.
Haasan has been mulling to launch his own political party. All eyes and ears were on Haasan’s big birthday announcement on November 7 but the actor quashed all hopes and did not announce his party. Instead, he announced the soon-to-be-launched whistelblower app, “maiyamwhistle”, which the public and his fans could use to expose wrongdoings and shortcomings of the government.