Mumbai: There has been a lot of ruckus in Bengal regarding the film ‘The Diary of West Bengal’. Since the release of the trailer of the film, several cases have been registered against it. Now taking cognizance of this matter, the police has sent a legal notice to the producer of this film Jitendra Narayan Singh and director Sanoj Kumar Mishra and called them for questioning. This film is said to be based on the fundamentalist organization Rohingya Muslims of West Bengal.
Maharashtra | West Bengal Police issues notice to the director of the Hindi film “The Diary of West Bengal”, alleging that the director is trying to defame Bengal with this film.
Presented by Wasim Rizvi Films, The Diary of West Bengal is produced by Jitendra Narayan Singh and…
— ANI (@ANI) May 26, 2023
According to reports, the makers have been accused of trying to defame West Bengal through ‘The Diary of West Bengal’. Rohingyas are settling Muslims and giving them IDs, due to which Hindus have to leave their homes and run away.
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Following this statement, the police registered an FIR against him under sections 120B), 153A, 501, 504, 505, 295A of the IPC and sections 66D, 84B of the IT Act and section 7 of the Cinematography Act. Makers claim that, ‘An attempt has been made to show this truth of Bengal in the film’. Please tell that this film is expected to be released in August 2023.
After a failed attempt to ban The Kerala Story (the film is still not in theaters because owners are being threatened with punitive action, if they do), Mamata Banerjee’s administration is now intimidating the director and producer of The Diary of West Bengal, a movie based on… https://t.co/Z4O5uHAOWX pic.twitter.com/seq0QL6VR1
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) May 26, 2023
At the same time, after sending notice to film director Sanoj Mishra, BJP has reacted to Mamta Sarkar. BJP leader Amit Malviya has tweeted that after unsuccessfully trying to ban ‘The Kerala Story’, the Mamta government’s administration is now threatening a filmmaker who based the film on true events and the current situation in the state. has made. The notice to the filmmaker is unnecessary, as there is nothing factually wrong with the trailer. Mamta Banerjee should stop strangling the freedom of speech and expression.