Padmaavat Row : Miscreants vandalized Indira Theater in Jammu (Watch)

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A group of miscreants on Wednesday damaged the portion of a cinema theater ahead of release of Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh starrer ‘Padmavat’ here.

Police said that miscreants on Wednesday afternoon attacked ‘Move Times’ Theatre located in the heart of the city where the movie ‘Padmavat’ was supposed to be released.

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#JkNewsCastPadmaavat Row : Miscreats vandalized Indira Cinema in Jammu in protest of releasing Padmaavat movie A group of miscreants on Wednesday damaged the portion of a cinema theater ahead of release of Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh starrer ‘Padmavat’ here.Police said that miscreants on Wednesday afternoon attacked ‘Move Times’ Theatre located in the heart of the city where the movie 'Padmavat' was supposed to be released.Some activists and miscreants resorted to breaking of window panes of a cinema hall in Jammu and police intervened, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Jammu, Arun Manhas said.He said the authorities were holding a meeting with activists of Yuva Rajput Sabha and other groups to ensure that there was no law and order problems due to the screening of the movie."We cannot stop the screening of the movie as per the directive of the Supreme Court. We have asked the protesters to watch the movie before taking a decision," he said.He said that security will be provided to the cinema halls and protesters will not be allowed to cause any damage. A staffer of KC Central Cinema Hall (Indira) said that over 50 miscreants arrived at the hall, broke the window panes and went on rampage besides trying to set afire the ticketing counter.He demanded that cinema halls should be provided security by the government and should be protected.

Posted by JK NewsCast on Thursday, January 25, 2018

Some activists and miscreants resorted to breaking of window panes of a cinema hall in Jammu and police intervened, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Jammu, Arun Manhas said.

He said the authorities were holding a meeting with activists of Yuva Rajput Sabha and other groups to ensure that there was no law and order problems due to the screening of the movie.

“We cannot stop the screening of the movie as per the directive of the Supreme Court. We have asked the protesters to watch the movie before taking a decision,” he said.

He said that security will be provided to the cinema halls and protesters will not be allowed to cause any damage. A staffer of KC Central Cinema Hall (Indira) said that over 50 miscreants arrived at the hall, broke the window panes and went on rampage besides trying to set afire the ticketing counter.

He demanded that cinema halls should be provided security by the government and should be protected.