The Diary of West Bengal | The director of ‘The Diary of West Bengal’ has been summoned by the Kolkata Police
New Delhi: After Kashmir Files, Kerala Story, ‘The Diary of West Bengal’ is now at the center of controversy. The trailer of the Hindi film is a storm of criticism. Not only that, Kolkata police summoned director Sanojkumar Mishra for this film. The director has been summoned to the Amherst Street police station on May 30. In the summon letter to Sanoj, a resident of Mumbai, the police wrote, you are being called for questioning based on the complaint. The police ordered him to appear at the police station on May 30 at 12 noon. On the day Kerala Story was banned in the state, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee referred to the film as Bengal Files in a press conference.
The story and direction of the film are both owned by Sanoj. The film is presented by Wasim Rizvi Films and produced by Jeetendra Narayan Singh. Co-producers are Tapas Mukherjee and Achintya Bose. It is alleged that the director has insulted Bengal through the film. The film tries to highlight how Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshi Muslims could build a permanent settlement in this Bengal. The trailer shows how these two groups of people quickly settled in the state. And so that Trinamool government led by Mamata Banerjee got support due to vote bank politics. helped
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The trailer also shows how the Rohingyas burnt hundreds of houses of Hindus in Naliakhali village. How Mamata is promoting protests against CAA and NRC in the state. The trailer of the film was first released at an event in Lucknow. There, producer Jitendra Narayan Singh said, day by day the condition of West Bengal is getting worse. Bangladeshi militants and Rohingya Muslims have settled in the state.
Another producer of the film Wasim Rizvi alleged that the Mamata Banerjee government is using the Rohingya as a vote bank. Rohingyas are being given Aadhaar cards, their names are being added to the voter list. By showing these cards, Rohingyas are easily getting the status of citizens of this country and moving to any state in India. He indicated that these are being done for a special reason.
It is to be noted that earlier the state government faced a shock in the Supreme Court with the display of Kerala Story. The Trinamool government ordered the banning of the movie ‘The Kerala Story’ in the state, the Supreme Court issued a stay. Fearing that the scenes shown in the movie may worsen the law and order situation in the state, the state government banned the screening of the film. Producers and producers approached the Supreme Court against the ban. The apex court stayed the order.