Justice M S Ramesh passed the order on a petition by G Devarajan, a registered advocate clerk in the high court, seeking a direction to the police to register the FIR against the actor based on his complaint.
According to the petitioner, the actor said in an article published in the magazine's November 8 edition that the presence of "Hindu terrorism" in the country cannot be ruled out.
"By making such statements Kamal Haasan is trying to brand Hindus as terrorists. He should understand that no religion preaches violence but only peace. The actor with vested interests is trying to divide the Tamil community on basis of religion," the petitioner said.
Since no action was taken on the complaints, he moved the high court.
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