Mr Haasan, who began his political journey from Rameshwaram this morning ahead of launch of his party in Madurai later tonight, had planned to address the students of the school at 8 AM.
However, the Mandapam Assistant Elementary Education Officer denied permission on the ground that if Politicians were allowed to talk to the school children, it would create confusion among the students, official sources said.
Besides, the Hindu Munnani leaders objected to the proposed visit of the actor to the government school.
The actor, however, seemed unperturbed by the denial of permission to visit the school.
"There was no politics in the school visit... They can stop me from going to school but not from learning," he said later.
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