Pro-Pakistan slogans raised in Telangana’s Adilabad cinema during screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’

Adilabad (Telangana, India): A cinema in the Adilabad city in the Indian state of Talangana echoed with pro-Pakistan slogans during the screening of controversial movie ‘The Kashmir Files’.

Two youth chanted ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans in a movie theatre where the ‘The Kashmir Files’ was being screened.

The pro-Pakistan slogans infuriated the fellow movie-watchers in the cinema who thrashed the two youth.

It is to mention here that ‘The Kashmir Files’ is a deceitful tale of lies and propaganda aimed at fanning anti-Muslim sentiment across India.

 The cinema halls screening controversial film in India have become hubs of jingoism where Hindutva activists are calling for genocide of Muslims with impunity. The movie is fanning communal hatred by exaggerating claims on the violence against the Kashmiri Pandits who fled their homes when the Kashmiris intensified their indigenous freedom struggle against India’s illegal occupation in Jammu and Kashmir in 1989. Jagmohan Malhotra, who was appointed the Governor of IIOJK, had persuaded the Kashmiri Pandits to leave the Kashmir Valley so that he could punish the Muslims for demanding freedom from India.