No Decision on Allowing Release of ‘Padmaavat’ in Bihar, Nitish Kumar to Take a Call
The opposition of Deepika Padukone starer Padmavati gained momentum when a fringe right-wing group Karni Sena raised objections on the portrayal of Rani Padmini of Chittorgarh by the film producers. The opposition of Deepika Padukone starer Padmavati gained momentum when a fringe right-wing group Karni Sena raised objections on the portrayal of Rani Padmini of Chittorgarh by the film producers.
Patna: A video showing the attack on Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar’s cavalcade by villagers in Buxar district surfaced on Saturday, showing large stones and bricks being pelted on the cars and injuring his personal staff and a few policemen. The mob managed to breach the CM’s security cordon, shattered the windows of the cars and even pounced on them as the convoy passed through a narrow road in Nandan village on Friday.
The Pune Police have filed a first information report against Jignesh Mevani and Umar Khalid alleging that their speeches at the Elgaar Parishad "promoted enmity between communities", might have caused public mischief and amounts to abetment of offences by others under the relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code. The content of the speeches, on a plain reading, don’t immediately identify any community as an enemy of the Dalits.
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