CALL POLICE IF ‘BANNED SONGS’ ARE PLAYED SAID MP HOME MINISTER IN A REACTION TO MOB ATTACKS THE SCHOOL IN RATLAM
Just two days after Karni Sena members reportedly attacked the school for performing on Ghoomar song from controversial film Padmaavat, the Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh Bhoopendra Singh stated that playing the song from Padmaavat is also illegal. According to him, people should report to the police if anyone plays the song again and do not take the matter in your hands. But there are no instructions from Government that, songs from the film cannot be played.
Home Minister gave this statement in a reaction to Karni Sena’s attack in a school in Ratlam on Monday where the students performed on the song ‘Ghoomar’ from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat.
MP govt banned #Padmaavat, people shouldn't even play songs of it. If someone plays a banned song, it must be reported to police & not take matter in your own hands. Action to be taken against culprits: MP HM on school vandalised in Jaora after students performed on song Ghoomar pic.twitter.com/47LJAfVfC7
— ANI (@ANI) January 17, 2018
On Monday, the members from Karni Sena reportedly broke the chairs and the music system after students performed on Ghoomar song in their Annual function. During the attack, a student was injured.
#MadhyaPradesh: A school allegedly vandalised by Karni Sena after students performed on song 'Ghoomar' from #Padmaavat during their annual function earlier today in Ratlam's Jaora, 1 student injured. Police reached the spot later. pic.twitter.com/ZuQ6K42Yuv
— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2018
Following the ban in Rajasthan and Gujarat other states governments such as Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand also banned the film Padmaavat.
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