Padmavati not to release in Gujarat till controversy ends: RupaniNovember 22, 2017
Gandhinagar: The government of Gujarat will not allow screening of controversial Hindu film Padmavati in theaters, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said in a press conference today at BJP media centre in Ahmedabad. Rupani said the decision has been taken considering law and order situation in the state. Rupani said the film will not release in the State till the controversy related to the film ends. He said the decision has been taken as the film hurts sentiments of several communities including Kshatriya and Rajput communities and individuals who have also raised their concerns before the government. As elections are due in the State, the government can not allow release of film in order to help maintain law and order situation. Rupani said the State Home department has taken a decision against allowing release of this film and started procedure today.
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