The Kashmir Files: Netizens trash two people for chanting pro Pakistani slogans in cinema hall

The movie personnel phoned the cops to help contain the situation after the incident, but the accused managed to depart the area.

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Two people allegedly chanted pro-Pakistan shouts during the screening of The Kashmir Files at a movie theatre in Telangana’s Adilabad district on Friday, March 18. The two were thrashed by the audience in the Nataraj theatre in Adilabad, Hyderabad, Telangana, after raising anti-India and pro-Pakistan shouts.

The audience in the auditorium can be heard having heated debates while the film The Kashmir Files plays in the background in a viral video of the incident. Then someone in the audience begins to assault another spectator. Despite the fact that the audio of the viral video is indistinct, reports claim that the event occurred when two people began chanting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ chants while viewing the movie.

The movie personnel phoned the cops to help contain the situation after the incident, but the accused managed to depart the area. The accused’s identities are being investigated by the police. They’ve also gathered evidence from surveillance film, but nothing tangible has yet been found.

“We are verifying the matter. No formal complaint has been filed yet. It looks like few are intentionally trying to spoil the atmosphere and escalate tension,” local Police officials were quoted by Republic as saying.

According to Superintendent of Police D Uday Kumar, the two were inebriated when they raised pro-Pakistani slogans, causing the ruckus. However, he stated that the situation had been brought under control and the police are investigating the matter.


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