Varanasi: A film titled ‘The Kashmir Files’, which depicts the atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus in the year 1990, has been released recently. The reality of atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus is being presented to the world for the first time through ‘The Kashmir Files’.
Therefore, by declaring this film (film) to be ‘tax free’ in the state of Uttar Pradesh, a memorandum was given by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti to the District Magistrate in Varanasi, for such a demand that the government should express its condolences to the Kashmiri Hindus. This movie has been made tax free by the Government of Haryana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Therefore, it is the firm belief of all that we will make this film tax-free in the state of Uttar Pradesh as well.
At this time, advocate Avnish Rai and advocate Vikas Tiwari of Hindu Jagran Manch, journalist Vipul Pathak of Janwarta, advocate Sanjeevan Yadav, advocate Prabhu Narayan, Vinod Srishti, Ritesh Gupta of Sanatan Sanstha and Rajan Kesari of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were present.
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has exhibited a flex exhibition titled ‘The Gruesome Truth of Terrorism’ about the atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus in the last 15 years at more than 500 places. Along with this, more than 10 lakh Hindus have been awakened by organizing public meetings in many states under the campaign named ‘Ek Bharat Abhiyan: Let’s move towards Kashmir’. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti will continue to make efforts through the legal route till the Kashmiri Hindus get justice.