Amidst strong rumours that he plans to float his own party, actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan on Friday said politicians who languish in resorts should not be paid.
"No work no pay only for government employees? How about horse trading politicians languishing in resorts," Haasan tweeted.
"The honourable court warns teachers on strike. I beseech the court to issue similar warnings to those MLAs who desist from attending work," he said.
Over the last few months, Haasan has been very vocal about the current state of politics in Tamil Nadu.
Earlier this month, Haasan had held talks with Pinarayi and had told reporters that they had also discussed the political climate in Tamil Nadu.
He also clarified that his colour is definitely not saffron when asked about his plans for any political affiliation.
On the career front, he awaits the release of Tamil spy thriller "Vishwaroopam 2".