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Suriya slams hate marketing campaign towards Jyotika




soorarai pottru Suriya reacts to controversy round Jyotika’s previous assertion.

Actor-producer Suriya on Tuesday expressed his full assist to spouse Jyotika’s previous assertion, which has turn out to be some extent of debate on social media of late. He additionally slammed those that deal with her feedback as “some sort of crime.”

“Jyotika had made a comment at an award function a long time ago. She had said that hospitals and schools are as important as temples, and they need to be well kept. But, some people are treating her statement as some sort of crime,” Suriya mentioned whereas invoking instructing of some religious leaders that give the identical message.

“Great spiritual leaders like Vivekananda have said the same thing. Service to mankind is service to God is a belief that has been around since the times of Thirumoolar. But, people who have not read or heard such great teachings won’t be able to understand this,” the actor added.

Suriya additionally thanked individuals who stood by his household throughout attempting instances.

“Schools and hospitals should be considered as places of worship – this comment is welcomed by people across all religious groups. Even when lives have been affected due to the spread of coronavirus, the amount of support we have received from people makes us very happy,” he mentioned.

The actor additionally added that neither Jyotika or he regrets their stance on the problem.

“We stand by what we have said. We would like to teach our children that humanity is more important than religion. Good people, friends and fans have always stood by us when some people with bad intentions subjected us to such hate,” Suriya mentioned.

For the uninitiated, within the previous clip, which has emerged on-line once more, Jyotika highlights the plight of a authorities hospital in Thanjavur. She then requested folks to treat faculties and hospitals as extremely as temples and donate cash to their betterment, as an alternative of dropping it in temple assortment bins.

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