Why is the Congress government afraid of the “Kashmir files”? issued such a government order”

Jaipur: In order to maintain public order during the screening of “The Kashmir Files” in theaters in Kota district of Rajasthan, authorities on Monday ordered the enforcement of Section 144 of the CrPC throughout the district from March 22 to April 21th. Kota DM said in an order that Section 144 is in effect from Tuesday March 22 to April 21 to maintain public order during the screening of The Kashmir Files. Under which there is a ban on gatherings of more than 5 people anywhere. Rajasthan Congress government officials say the move was taken as a precaution ahead of many festivals. Additionally, according to the new order, it was also said that crowds should not gather to watch “The Kashmir Files” movie. In the order issued by District Collector and District Magistrate (Acting) Rajukmar Singh, there was a complete ban on gathering crowds, protests, processions and marches.

However, festivals of Cheti Chand, Mahavir Jayanti, Good Friday, Baisakhi, Juma-tul-Vida also happen during this time. The official order states that this order will not apply to government work such as corona vaccination and police programs. According to media reports, director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri also protested strongly against the ban. The director of “The Kashmir Files”, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, has requested the intervention of the Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur and of Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot in this matter. Meanwhile, on the matter, BJP MP Ramlal Sharma said, “The mental bankruptcy of the government of Rajasthan is over.

The kind of government orders that come in, will they be obeyed or disobeyed? Such orders show the mindset of the government of Rajasthan. What does the administration prove by imposing article 144? Will festivals be celebrated only in Kota? The BJP MP demanded from the Rajasthan government that “if the Ashok Gehlot Congress government wants to ban the Kashmir file, then explain its intention and if not, then the government should withdraw this order.” Not only that, BJP’s Kota North East MLA Prahlad Gunjal also attacked the Rajasthan government’s order to implement Article 144, saying a huge ‘Chandi March’ will be scrapped in the constituency on Tuesday. of Kota North Assembly. This is why Section 144 was imposed and ‘The Kashmir Files’ is just an excuse.’

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