Manish Sisodia set to watch Padmaavat with Rajput leaders, know details

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Updated: January 25, 2018 8:09:43 PM

Amid widespread violence over "Padmavaat", Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said that he, along with some Rajput leaders, will watch the movie to see what is exactly shown it.

Padmavaat, Manish Sisodia, Padmavati, Padmavat, Sisodia, Karni Sena, Rajputs, Deepika Padukone, Sanjay Leela BhansaliAmid widespread violence over “Padmavaat”, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said that he, along with some Rajput leaders, will watch the movie to see what is exactly shown it. (Image: PTI)

Amid widespread violence over “Padmavaat”, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said that he, along with some Rajput leaders, will watch the movie to see what is exactly shown it. Talking to reporters here, Sisodia said he is also a Rajput, and slammed “some people who are defaming” the community with their violent actions. He said that being the education minister of Delhi, it was his responsibility to ensure that parents were assured of their wards’ safety, remarks coming a day after a schoolbus with children onboard it was attacked by a mob in adjoining Gurgaon.

“I have invited many Rajput leaders to talk on the recent developments of violence. We are totally against these acts. Some miscreants, who are indulging in violence protest, do not belong to the Rajput community… “I will watch ‘Padmaavat’ today along with many other Rajput leaders and see what is exactly shown in it and then brief people about the movie,” Sisodia said.

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