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After the poster controversy of the documentary film ‘Kaali’, now filmmaker Leena Manimekalai’s new post has created a ruckus. In this, he has shown Lord Shiva and Parvati smoking a cigarette. Terming it as a perverted mentality, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra has asked to write a letter to Twitter. He said that efforts should be made at our level to stop such posts of people with perverted mindset like Manimekalai. He also said that whatever Leena Manimekalai is doing now, she is doing it deliberately. A case was already registered against him. Now on behalf of the state government, we will get the lookout circular (LOC) issued by writing a letter to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Tweeting the photo, Leena Manimekalai wrote – Elsewhere. In this photo, two people disguised as Shiva and Parvati are seen smoking cigarettes. To this, Narottam Mishra said that such tweets hurt religious sentiments. People of some perverted mindset do such tweets continuously. Like Leena Manimekalai, the director of the film Kali has done. First put a photo of mother Kali smoking a cigarette. Now Shankar is tweeting photos of him smoking beedi in God’s costume. People of such perverted mindset are using Twitter as a tool to hurt religious sentiments. Such tweets have to be stopped. They will have to be scanned so that material that hurts religious sentiments does not come on social media.
will also write a letter to twitter
Home Minister Mishra said that I am going to write a letter to Twitter on this issue. Will ask Twitter to do your level best to stop such perverted minded people like Leena Manimekalai, the director of the film Kali, which hurts the religious sentiments of the people. On another question, he said that we are going to write a letter on behalf of Madhya Pradesh to the Center to issue a LoC (Lookout Circular) against Leena Manimekalai. Whatever she is doing, she is doing it intentionally. Take immediate action on it.
There have been two cases in Madhya Pradesh
In Madhya Pradesh, separate cases have been registered against Leena Manimekalai as well as MP Mahua Moitra in connection with the controversy that started over the black film. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has also clearly said that attempts to incite religious sentiments will not be tolerated.
Rustomji Award will be given to 61 policemen
After two years, the Rustomjee Awards will be given again. Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the Rustomji Award was closed for a few days. This award has been decided to give outstanding work in anti-Naxal, anti-terrorist, communal riot and control of law and order situations in critical situations. In this, 61 policemen have been kept. These awards have been kept in three categories namely Param Vishisht category, Very Vishisht category and Vishisht category. In this, an amount ranging from 50 thousand to five lakh rupees is provided. These awards will be given again.
Don’t transfer Congress defeat to EVMs
Taking a jibe at Kamal Nath, Mishra said that I have no problem with visiting his temple, but why do Kamal Nath and the former national president of his party become Ichhadhari Hindu and go to the temple only in elections. Mishra said on Kamal Nath’s allegation of distribution of liquor and misuse of government machinery that when Congress loses, it says here. Look at their statement from the by-election till now, all will be same. If the officer does not understand this, that date will also come. This statement shows the mentality of Congress. Congress’s defeat is certain. When the opposition raised questions on the EVMs, he said that the Congress should not transfer the anger of defeat to the EVMs. All elaborate arrangements have been made for the safety of EVMs.