Hyderabad, Jan 21 (Hydnow): A case was filed against a group of persons for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of the Hindu community at Neredmet police station.
The case was booked against persons who organized a screening of a documentary “Ram ke Naam ” at an institution in Neredmet. The event was organized by “Hyderabad Cinephiles”, a local group.
A complaint was made by one person, Ruthvik, who had gone to watch the movie on an invitation extended by the organizers of the event.
In his complaint, Ruthvik mentioned that in the documentary, derogatory statements were made against Hindus and also the VHP organization.
The police invoked Sections 290, 295A r/w 34 of IPC. Following the complaint made from the place of screening, the police arrived and stopped the event.
The movie is about the Ram Mandir and Babri Masjid issue. (Hydnow)
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