FIR Lodged Against 49 filmmakers for Writing Letters to PM, Know the whole matter!

FIR Lodged Against 49 filmmakers for Writing Letters to PM, Know the whole matter!

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In the past, some film artists wrote a letter to the Prime Minister to take action against mob lynchings, due to which the trouble has arisen for those filmmakers. These filmmakers wrote this letter to PM Modi talking about the bad environment in the country. But now an FIR has been registered against all of them.

This FIR has been lodged in Muzaffarpur district Sadar police station against 49 film artists. This FIR has been registered after the order of Honorable Court. Advocate Sudhir Ojha filed a petition against these film actors in the court on 27/07/2019.

The matter was that all of them had written a letter to the Prime Minister stating an atmosphere of intolerance and rampant violence in the country. After coming to the media, advocate Sudhir Ojha filed a complaint in the court, accusing him of defaming the country abroad under a conspiracy.

Explain that the letter has signatures of celebrities like Anurag Kashyap, Ketan Mehta, Shyam Benegal, Ramchandra Guha, Shubha Mudgal, Aparna Sen and Konkona Sen Sharma. The purpose of writing the letter is to attract the attention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi towards the growing intolerance in the country.

It has been written in the letter that these days the cases related to religion, caste and Mob Lynching are increasing in the country. It is also written in the letter, referring to Narendra Modi, that in Parliament the Prime Minister mentioned matters like Mob Lynching. But it is not enough to raise such serious matters in the Parliament only.

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