The Madras High Court did not initiate contempt proceedings against Kollywood actor Suriya for his comments against the judiciary. Recently Suriya had criticized the judiciary in his statement on the NEET- National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test . AP Sahi, the Chief Justice rejected Justice SM Subramaniam’ request to initiate contempt proceedings against the actor Suriya for his comments.
Justice SM Subramaniam had justified his demand to initiate contempt proceedings against Tamil actor as his statements criticized judges and the judicial system of India. Singham actor Suriya had taken a dig at the judiciary, by saying that while judges appear via video-conferencing due to fears of infection, courts are telling the students to be fearless and appear for the exams.
Now according to the latest update, provoked by actor Suriya’ comments against the NEET a group of Hindu outfit members beat the photograph of Suriya with sandals. Not only this, they also attempted to set them on fire in Tirupur city on Friday.
Members of Hindu Youth Front – youth wing of Hindu Munnani, staged a protest in Tirupur city on the day, and condemned Suriya’ Statement. Later they attempted to adorn the photographs of Suriya with a garland made of sandals. The cop intervened and stopped them to do it.