The Uttarakhand police have said it will give security to theaters screening the film ‘Padmaavat’, in the wake of dangers from different gatherings of various organization which are opposing the release of the movie.
In a statement made by Uttarakhand’s Director, General of Police (DGP) Anil Raturi said that there are sufficient game plans to handle any untoward circumstance that may emerge after the movie’s screening. Additional Director General of Police, Ashok Kumar, has directed the administrators of the considerable number of regions to give abundant security to every one of the performance centers in their general vicinity. Kumar, in a letter to the cops of the state, said the film’s release on January 25 may disturb the peace and they should make sufficient game plans to handle any circumstance.
Also, the Secretary of Uttarakhand Cinema Association Suyash Agarwal has said that the motion picture would be released in the state just if the police gives theaters sufficient security. As per current scenario, the security is tightened and no such incident held across the state.