The film ‘The Kashmir Files’, made on the injustice done to Kashmiri Pandits, is getting a very good response on one hand. On the other hand, there is a demand to ban it in many places. It is being argued that this film may increase communal tension. In this sequence, Assam MP Badruddin Ajmal said that
I haven’t seen ‘TheKashmirFiles’.
He said that the central government, the Assam government should ban it as it would lead to communal tension. The situation is not the same in today’s India. There have been many incidents beyond Kashmir, including the Nellie incident in Assam. ,
I haven’t watched #TheKashmirFiles, Central govt, Assam govt should ban it as it’ll cause communal tensions. Situation not same in present-day India…Many incidents happened beyond Kashmir, including Nellie incident in Assam, but no films on them: Dhubri,Assam MP Badruddin Ajmal pic.twitter.com/OwybXJw300
— ANI (@ANI) March 16, 2022
half day off to watch a movie
There is a craze all over the country regarding the film Kashmir Files. This film is discussed on every platform of social media. In many states, there is a demand to make it tax free. Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced that the state government employees would be given a special half-day leave to watch the film ‘The Kashmir Files’. The employees have to inform the senior officials about it and show the movie ticket the next day.
Demand for tax free in Delhi
Apart from this, in the capital Delhi also, BJP has written a letter demanding CM Arvind Kejriwal to make the film tax free. BJP workers took to the streets in Mumbai. With banner posters in hand, demanded the Thackeray government of Maharashtra to make the film tax free.
Let us tell you that this film is the story of the exodus of 1990. The reality of the pain and oppression that has been told in this film was kept behind the scenes by politics till today. That is why when the wound of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits came on the screen through the film, the politics intensified.
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