Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has reportedly made an objectionable statement about NDA's presidential hopeful Draupadi Murmu. After this statement of his, a complaint has been lodged against him by the BJP leader. In fact, on Friday, the Hyderabad Police said, 'It will soon register a criminal case against the filmmaker.' In this case senior BJP leader from Telangana G. Narayan Reddy has claimed in his complaint that the film director (Ram Gopal Varma) has made objectionable remarks about Draupadi Murmu on social media platform Twitter. Yes, while Abids Police Inspector B Prasad Rao said, 'We have received the complaint and we have sent it for legal opinion. After getting a legal opinion, we will register a case against Verma under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
Let us tell you that on Friday, Ram Gopal Varma has said on Twitter, 'If Draupadi is the President, then who will be the Pandavas? And most importantly, who will be the Kauravas. In his complaint regarding this tweet, senior BJP leader G. Narayan Reddy has said, "Verma's comment on Twitter is highly derogatory to a senior woman politician and former Governor of Jharkhand." With this, the BJP leader has submitted the tweet along with the complaint to the police as evidence. In fact, he has demanded that the police register a case under the SC / ST Act and give the strictest punishment to the director. With this, the police has said that necessary action will be taken after getting the legal opinion.
BJP MLA from Goshamahal T Raja Singh has also condemned the statement of Ram Gopal Varma. On the other hand, Raja Singh has said that the director has tweeted while in a state of intoxication and he said, 'Verma always wants to be in the news by making such objectionable remarks'. Requested to register a case. In fact, he has said that such remarks against Murmu are most unfortunate and unfair. However, later the filmmaker has also clarified about his comment.
He has said, 'The purpose of this Twitter post was not to hurt anyone's sentiments. This was said as a satire. Draupadi is my favorite character in Mahabharat but this name is so rare that I remembered the respective characters and it was my expression. It was not at all intended to hurt anyone's sentiments.