What Supereme Court says in Padmavat case?
New Delhi. The Supreme Court has given the green signal to the release of the movie, Padmavat. It will be screened all over the country on January 25. In the case of ban by Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Gujarat govt., the producers of the film filed a petition against the Supreme Court. While hearing this on Thursday, the Supreme Court banned the notifications of these states.
State Governments can not ban the movies says Supereme court The bench headed by Chief Justice Deepak Mishra has heard the case today. In the bench Justice D.Y. Chandrakupur and Khanvilkar were also there. The bench said that the case of law and order should be seen in the state.
– Harish Salve and Mukul Rohatgi presented arguments in this case on behalf of Producers. Salve said – When the censor board has given the certificate to the film, how can the state governments bake it?
– Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, while keeping the side of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana, told the bench, “Notification was issued only in Gujarat and Rajasthan.
– The next hearing of the case will be in March.
What was the reason for going to court?
– Viacom 18, the producer of Padmavat, filed a petition in the Supreme Court. In this petition, some states have appealed against the screening of the screening. – Rajputs of many states and Hindu organizations are opposing the film. They say that film is an attempt to tamper with history.
Can not tamper the subject of the film : Supereme Court
– The Supreme Court has stayed on the notices of the states of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat, in which the order was not given for the release of the film.
Producers’ counsel Harish Salve said that he urges the central government to issue directives to the states so that there is no problem with the release of the film.
– Harish Salve said in the Supreme Court- If the state starts banning the film then it will destroy the federal structure (federal structure). This is a very serious matter. If anyone has trouble with this (from the film) then he can appeal to the concerned tribunal to get relief. States can not tamper with the film’s subject.