'Ajmer 92', based on the sex and blackmailing scandal that took place in Ajmer in the 90s, is going to be released in July this year. This announcement has been made by Reliance Entertainment. It released the poster of the film and said that Ajmer 92 is going to be released on July 14 this year. In the poster, it is also mentioned that 28 families are missing, mentions of murders, news of 250 college girls being shared nude photos are highlighted. Karan Verma, Sumit Singh, Sayji Shinde and Manoj Joshi are going to appear in this movie. The movie is directed by Pushpendra Singh. Its producer is Umesh Kumar. The shooting of the series started two years ago. At that time, Hindu organizations had warned that if the facts were tampered with in this film, then they were going to agitate.
Ajmer 1992 case: Ajmer's blackmailing scandal was revealed in April 1992. The journalist who brought it to the world was Santosh Kumar. Most of the victims of this rape and blackmail were school and college going girls. People talk about it that most of them have committed suicide. When this case came to light, Ajmer was closed for several days. People had taken to the streets and the protests had started. It is known that most of the accused belonged to a particular community and the victims were generally Hindus.
In this case, 18 people were charged. Among them was Farooq Chishti, who was once a Congress leader. There were more than 200 victims in this case, but only a few have given statements. Sadly, hardly any of them have stood by their statement.
‘AJMER 92’ TO RELEASE ON 14 JULY… A #RelianceEntertainment presentation, #Ajmer92 will release in *cinemas* on 14 July 2023… Stars #KaranVerma, #SumitSingh, #SayajiShinde and #ManojJoshi… Directed by #PushpendraSingh… Produced by #UmeshKumarTiwari. pic.twitter.com/ddKnAedh6D— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 26, 2023
It is said that at that time there were more than 350 newspapers and magazines in Ajmer and instead of supporting the victims of this sex scandal, many local media personnel used to blackmail their families. Except for the accused, there is hardly any profession in the society in this entire case, which has unanimously raised its voice for these victims. It is also alleged that the lab in which the picture was taken, the technician who processed it, the journalists who knew about it all worked together to promote different blackmailing business. Everyone collected money from the victim girls and their families. In such a situation, how can anyone expect justice? Once 29 victims had also issued statements, today their number is 2. The system destroyed them from all sides.