Padmaavat Row: Karni Sena Says, No Role In Assault, Protests TO KEEP BY SAEED NASIR

Addressing a press conference here, Karni Sena key Lokendra Singh Kalvi said he previously “research” to prove that none with their volunteers were area of the attack on a school bus in Gurugram
New Delhi: Denying again its engagement in the situations of assault, the Shree Rajput Karni Sena on Saturday said it would intensify its agitation and continue it till the film Padmaavat is restricted.

Handling a press meeting here, Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi said he had “research” to confirm that none of their volunteers were part of the attack on the school bus in Gurugram and on movie theater halls in Ahmedabad and other areas of the united states.

“Some of the incidents that took place are sad… Nothing of the protesters, who set the cinema halls and 40-50 motor-cycles burning in Ahmedabad, realized who I was. Neither do I understand them. What does it show? But TV reviews said Rajputs, Karni Sena volunteers did it,” he said.


“Eye-witnesses said two anonymous individuals on motorcycles attacked the institution bus in Gurugram. Alternatively, our people got the bus to a safe place by making use of law enforcement officials,” he claimed.

Expressing that “Rajputs would not resort to such heinous” serves, Kalvi said the Karni Sena was available to any kind of investigation.

“We are open to probe by highest of government bodies, like the Central Bureau of Analysis (CBI). Let there be considered a CBI probe to find out who was simply behind the disorders,” Kalvi said.

He, however, said the ongoing protest would be intensified and sustained till Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Padmaavat” is banned.

“Why did we are unsuccessful in banning the movie? There is lack of political will,” he said.

“I would make an charm to all cultural organisations to continue the protests using almost all their power to ban the movie, in whichever way possible.”

Kalvi said that in north India, there are 4,318 halls but the film was shown in mere 48 places.

He said the Rajputs experienced the right to protest from the film.

“We’ve as identical right of dissent as any resident of this country,” he said.

On Thursday too, Kalvi got rejected the Karni Sena had any role in the Gurugram bus episode, and experienced instead blamed Bhansali and his team for the work.

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