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Govt to review law and order, study SC verdict on 'Padmaavat', says MP home minister

Govt to review law and order, study SC verdict on 'Padmaavat’, says MP home ministerRajendra Sharma | TNN | Jan 18, 2018, 20:05 IST BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh BJP president Nandkumar Singh Chauhan who led the Rajput Samaj to chief minister's official residence last month demanding ban on Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial film 'Padmaavat' said that the state government will study the Supreme Court verdict on the release of 'Padmaavat' and take decision keeping the public sentiments in the mind.
"We 'respect' the Supreme Court's verdict on removing ban on the film. Now, it is up to the state government to take decision after going through the court verdict. What I believe that the government after studying the decision would take appropriate steps keeping both, the verdict and the public sentiments in mind", Nandkumar told reporters at his official residence, on Thursday.
The BJP president was reacting to Supreme Court's decision on clearing the deck for the release of Bansali's biopic drama against ban imposed by four states even after the film was cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). "Padmaavat" is scheduled to be released all over the country on January 25. The Madhya Pradesh government has not issued any official order for banning the film so far.
Recalling chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's decision to ban the film following complaints of distortion of historical facts, Nandkumar Singh said that Bhansali made this movie to earn money but the way he distorted facts and hurt the sentiments of the public, the entire community was up in arms against the movie.
"We are not going to examine the Supreme C ourt's verdict but, the state government decisions on the public sentiments. Bhansali's aim behind making this movie was to earn money and profit by sensationalising the historical characters. The way he distorted facts shows his sick mentality for earning money without respecting public sentiments", Nandkumar said.
Meanwhile, state home and transport minister Bhupendra Singh, who had a day before stated that playing the 'Ghoomar' song from the controversial film is also violation of the ban imposed on the film, clarified after Supreme Court verdict that government would first go through the court verdict and decide its next step.
"We will obtain a copy of the SC verdict and study what has been instructed. On the basis of the instructions, the government will decide on the legal aspect of the film. Some people still have objections after the Court verdict. The government will review the law and order situation and take decision as per the court order", Singh told reporters on SC verdict on Padmaavat.
The MP Rajput Samaj has also called a meeting to discuss on the SC verdict on lifting ban from the controversial film. Samaj members have decided to discuss the situation with the state government on Sunday.
"We respect SC verdict but we have called a meeting of all the members on Sunday to discuss next course of action. We will also talk to the state government on its next step", MP Rajput Samaj general secretary, Deepak Chauhan told TOI.
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