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Uproar in West Bengal after The Diary of West Bengal trailer release, legal notice sent to director

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The Diary of West Bengal: The trailer of the so-called Hindi film ‘The Diary of West Bengal’, based on true events, has come under controversy as soon as its release. The West Bengal Police has sent a legal notice to them. . Producer of the film. The director of the film has been summoned for questioning. It is being said that the film is based on Rohingya Muslims, a radical organization of West Bengal.

 

The makers are accused of maligning Bengal through the film

 

Makers are accused of trying to defame West Bengal through ‘The Diary of West Bengal’. Jitendra Narayan Singh is the producer of ‘The Diary of West Bengal’ presented by Wasim Rizvi Films and the film is directed and written by noted film director Sanoj Mishra. Significantly, under Section 41A of CrPC, a notice for inquiry has been sent to the Director of Amherst Police Station, West Bengal.

 

Sanoj Mishra was summoned for questioning on 30 May

After this, director Sanoj Mishra will have to appear at the police station for questioning in front of Subhabrat Kar, the officer investigating the case on May 30 at 12 noon. It may be noted that an FIR has been registered by the West Bengal Police under Sections 120(B), 153A, 501, 504, 505, 295A of the IPC and Sections 66D, 84B of the IT Act and Section 7 of the Cinematography Act. About the movie ‘The Diary of West Bengal’.

 

What did Sanoj Mishra’s lawyer say?

On the other hand, after receiving the legal notice, Sanoj Kumar Mishra’s lawyer Nagesh Mishra said that an FIR has been registered and we will fight a legal battle.

It may be noted that during the trailer launch of the film in Lucknow, producer Jitendra Narayan Singh said that the situation in West Bengal has become very dangerous in the last few years. Rohingya Muslims, a radical organization of Bangladesh, are being resettled there on a large scale. Jitendra Tyagi accused the Mamata government saying that the West Bengal government is making the Rohingyas its vote bank and including their names in their Aadhaar cards and electoral rolls. He claimed that the film has tried to show this truth of Bengal. The film is expected to release in August 2023.