Mumbai Police files complaint against Vivek Agnihotri

Ground Report | New Delhi: A complaint has been lodged with the Mumbai Police against Vivek Agnihotri, the director of the film ‘Kashmir Files’. According to news agency PTI, journalist and Public Relations Manager Rohit Pandey has said in his complaint that the director of ‘Kashmir Files’ Vivek Agnihotri has insulted the people of his native city Bhopal.

According to the complaint, “he has deliberately, shamelessly and mischievously, called Bhopalis homosexuals in an interview to the media.” A police officer has said that a written complaint has been made against Agnihotri in this regard. It has been said in the complaint that an FIR should be registered against Agnihotri in the case of contempt.

Recently, a video clip of Agnihotri’s interview given to an online channel was going viral on the video. In this he is seen saying, “I grew up in Bhopal. But I am not Bhopali. Because they have a different style, I will explain to you in private sometime. “If you want, you can ask any Bhopali anytime. Tell someone this is Bhopali, it simply means that he is a homosexual. Means Nawabi hobby.

The complainant, through Khan Deshmukh and Associates, approached the Versova Police Station, to register an FIR against Vivek Agnihotri under sections 153(A), 153B, 295A, 298, 500, 505(2) of the Indian Penal Code. demanded. And maliciously calling Bhopalis as homosexuals.”

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