Decision for maintaining law and order during the screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’
Kota (Rajasthan) – The District Collector has informed that Section 144 has been imposed for a month in Kota (Rajasthan) from 22nd March to 21st April to maintain the law and order during the screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’, the movie based on the genocide of Kashmiri Hindus. According to the orders, this decision has been taken on the background of the festivals like Mahavir Jayanti, Good Friday, etc as well as the crowd gathering for ‘The Kashmir Files’.
Rajasthan: Section 144 imposed in Kota, screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’ one of the reasons cited in the order, BJP pulls up Congress govthttps://t.co/M1eDIrPhMa
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The decision is taken due to the fear of ‘The Mahila Chandi March’ – BJP
Prahlad Gunjal, the former BJP MLA in north Kota has published some information on the decision of the District Collector. Gunjal said, “A huge ‘Chandi march’ will be taken out in the Kota North Assembly constituency against the statement of a Rajasthan Congress Minister on women. The ban has been imposed for this purpose, but it won’t make any difference.”