Actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan on Sunday said China back-stabbed India for its unprovoked attack on the Indian soldiers on June 15 at Ladakh resulting in the death of 20 bravehearts.
Stressing that the right to ask questions is the essence of democracy, Kamal Haasan, who founded the MNM party, said: “It is disrespecting to the army if anyone even hints that its morale will be shaken by a few pertinent questions asked by citizens to the government. Our army is a lot tougher than that. But their lives must not be taken for granted.”
In a statement issued here, Haasan said: “The current Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) has frequented China more than any other PM (Prime Minister) since independence. The Mahabalipuram summit was claimed to be a diplomatic success.”