With Padmavat release; varied degrees of protests held across nation

An accused in the case of attack on bus carrying students in Gurgaon was sent to 14 days judicial custody

With Padmavat release; varied degrees of protests held across nation

Amid Padmavat release nationwide, protests of different degrees were held in different parts of the country.

While Delhi Chief Minister commented that the forces that “killed Muslims and burnt Dalits” are now “intruding into our homes, coming after our children”.

However, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh said that no one is allowed to misrepresent and distort the history in the name of freedom of expression.

An accused in the case of attack on bus carrying students in Gurgaon was sent to 14 days judicial custody by Sohna Court.

An inflammatory announcement was made by one Gajendra Singh of the Kshatriya Mahasabha where he said that person who chops off Deepika Padukone’s ears and nose will be given award of Rs 1 crore.

It was rather peaceful in Lucknow where Karni Sena members protested at Novelty cinema and present roses to people and appealed them not to watch the movie.

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