Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmawat film will be screened tomorrow. The activists of Karni Army, who opposed the release of the film, rushed to the mall in Ahmedabad on Tuesday night.
Activists conducted an anti-Padamatra march on Tuesday night rushed to the Multiplex and theater in west of Ahmedabad on 8 pm. The racket has damaged over 150 cars and two bikes.
Raj Shekhawat, the head of the Karni Sena unit of Gujarat, did not quarrel with his activists. This type of violence is condemnable. He said the Kanni army was not involved in these acts.
Theater owners have said that Padmavat will not play the movie, but the attack on Acropolis, Ahmedabad One, Himalaya Mall and Cinemax in the city.
The perpetrators of the four-wheeled vehicles parked outside the malls burn fire to two-wheeler vehicles. At 10 o’clock in the afternoon, the fire broke out on the Acropolis and the Himalayas Mall.
People in the mall and theater are safely taken away. One of the senior police officers who did not want to say that there was no death. In this case, we prefer to control the situation. “We will investigate this and file a case against the perpetrators,” a police officer said.
Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, who responded to the media on the incident, demanded that the state be kept in peace and action would be taken against them. The film was banned by the Gujarat government. But according to the Supreme Court order, we can not stop the film’s performance. However, theater owners said the film would not be displayed.
The District Administration has issued Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC) in the village till January 25 for controlling the tense situation and the law.
Deputy Commissioner of the Guru Vinay Pratap Singh has said that people from around the city hall and multiplexes, from January 23 to January 28, are bound to carry weapons or injuries in the 200 meters range.