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Congress Leader Demand New ‘Maafi Files’ From Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri

Congress leader Supriya Shrinate referred to filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri as the “new maafiveer in town” and demanded one “Maafi files” on the lines of The Kashmir Files as he apologised to the Delhi high court on Tuesday for his 2018 tweets about Justice S Murlidhar over the granting of bail to activist Gautam Navlakha. Shrinate did not specifically name the filmmaker in her biting tweet. Because of his compassion petition to the British, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is derided as a “maafiveer” by his detractors.

Following the filmmaker’s written apologies for the tweets, the Delhi high court questioned his attorney about the filmmaker’s ability to physically come before the court. In his affidavit, Vivek Agnihotri offered an unreserved apology and indicated that he had deleted the tweets critical of the court, according to his lawyer’s submission. The court was notified by the amicus curiae that the submission was incorrect and that Twitter was responsible for removing this tweet.

Supriya Shrinate tweeted, “Nafrati Chintu lied in the court also that he deleted the tweet.

After granting bail to Gautam Navlakha in 2018, Vivek Agnihotri accused Justice S Muralidhar of bias in a series of tweets. Justice Muralidhar, who is currently the Chief Justice of the Orissa high court, was a judge on the Delhi high court at the time. Actions for contempt of court were started against the director. Later, Agnihotri removed some tweets from the thread while keeping others.

A new scandal surrounding Vivek Agnihotri’s movie The Kashmir Files has recently made headlines. The Kashmir Files is a filthy and propagandist film, according to Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, who made this claim during the Goa film festival. The remark set off a barrage of attacks and counterattacks on the subject.

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