Hyderabad- AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi has slammed Telangana Police for arresting three individuals for screening documentary ‘Ram ke Naam’.
The Hyderabad MP requested Rachakonda Police Commissioner to elucidate why screening of the documentary Ram ke Naam was stopped halfway and three folks have been arrested.
“How is screening an award winning documentary a crime? If it is, then the Government of India & Filmfare should also be jailed for awarding the movie. Please let us know if we need a pre-screening certificate from the police before watching a movie, ” requested Owaisi.
His touch upon ‘X’ got here after police stopped the screening of the documentary at a restaurant at Sainikpuri and registered a case in opposition to the organisers.
The documentary by Anand Patwardhan is concerning the occasions surrounding the demolition of the Babri mosque at Ayodhya on 6 December, 1992.
The case was registered on a grievance by one Ruthvik, who alleged that the screening and the dialogue by just a few folks watching the documentary damage the non secular sentiments of Hindus.
The complainant was mentioned to be a kind of invited to look at the documentary, which was screened by a gaggle ‘Hyderabad Cinephiles’.
Police reached the place and stopped the screening. A case was registered at Neredmet Police Station in opposition to the activists beneath Indian Penal code (IPC) sections 290 (public nuisance) and 295A (Outraging non secular emotions of any class by insulting its faith or non secular beliefs) learn with 34.
Police mentioned the screening was organised with out permission and took up investigation.