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17 Aug 2018, Edition - 1130, Friday

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Coimbatore

Kamal Hassan urges people to join hands to bring in the change

Covai Post Network

COIMBATORE: Film actor and Makkal Neethi Maiyyam leader Kamal Hassan urged the people to join hands to bring in the much needed change in the society.

Addressing a large number of party workers and fans at Avanashi on Saturday, he said it was not enough to bring in crowd for a meeting, but should come and work at the grass root level to bring in the change.

He was on a tour of Coimbatore, TIrupur and Erode districts to meet the people and workers.

Kamal Hassan paid homage by placing a wreath at the Farmers Memorial at Perumanallur.

He also extended his support for early implementation of Athikadavu-Avanashi Water project, which was pending for the last 50 years and met those who were fighting for the cause over the years.

Earlier, talking to reporters at the airport, Kamal Hassan said that he had come to meet the members of fans association and party workers. “This is neither a public meeting nor a conference,” he said.

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