Ban on film ‘Ajmer 92’ demanded
News Desk || risingbd.com
‘Ajmer-92’, a new Bollywood movie, is likely to be released on July 14 this year.
After the controversies over Kashmir Files and The Kerala Story, Muslim organizations have demanded a ban on the Bollywood movie.
On Monday, All India Muslim Jamaat President Maulana Mufti Shahabuddin Razvi Barelvi termed the film ‘Ajmer-92’ a conspiracy to spread hatred in the country. He said a particular religion is being targeted through films and social media.
He said the film Ajmer 92 has misrepresented the Dargah. “The education given there is said to be wrong as the film depicts. We strongly oppose this,” he stressed.
He said the Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti of Ajmeri was a fine example of Hindu-Muslim unity, which has been ruling the hearts of the people for centuries. The message of peace is always given from Dargah Ajmer Sharif.
Films are being used to target the followers of a particular religion. Hence, the Maulana has requested the government to ban the film.
The film directed by Pushpendra Singh claims to showcase true events of the gang rape and blackmail of over one hundred school and college girls in Ajmer.