The Diary of West Bengal: The director of ‘Bengal Diary’ was going to PC, then the police arrived; ran away from the conference hall in fear

When director Sanoj Mishra got it, he did not come to the press conference for almost an hour fearing arrest. Image Credit source: TV9

The Diary of West Bengal: Film ‘The Diary of West Bengal’ There has been a ruckus as soon as the trailer is released. Where in a way the West Bengal Police has handed over a legal notice to the director of the film. On the other hand, a press conference was held today regarding this film, but even before that press conference took place, there was tremendous drama. Actually the hall in which this press conference was to be held. Suddenly police personnel in civil dress reached there. When the information about this Director Sanoj Mishra Fearing arrest, he did not come to the press conference hall for almost an hour.

He was afraid that if he reached there, the Mumbai police would arrest him, but later the DCP and Oshiwara police told the director on the phone that the police had not come to arrest him but to protect him. After which the director has reached the hall for PC.

Will have to go to Kolkata for questioning on May 30

Please tell that the West Bengal Police has given a legal notice to the director of the film, Sanoj Mishra. According to him, he will have to appear before the Bengal Police on May 30 for questioning. In the notice issued by the police, the police have registered sections 120B for conspiracy, 153A for promoting enmity between two particular communities, sections 501, 504, 505, 295A IPC, 66D/84B Information Technology Act 2000 and section 7 of the Cinematographer Act 1952. Case has been registered under, so the director has been asked to appear for questioning.

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