Actor-politician Kamal Haasan, who started the “Save Chennai” movement to counter the challenge posed by coronavirus, has blamed the “lack of transparency and mismanagement” of Tamil Nadu’s E Palaniswami government. Chennai has been under intermittent lockdown because of the virus — Tamil Nadu is the second worst-hit state in the country, after Maharashtra, by the virus. So far, the state has witnessed 1.11 lakh cases, a chunk of them in state capital Chennai. “I think it is too late to talk about mismanagement. So we have moved into managing the situation to the best of our capabilities as citizens, because this would have gone much better if the government had been keen on citizen participation,” Mr Haasan told NDTV today.
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