Indian High Commission In Canada Wrote A Letter Requesting To Remove Pictures Related To Insult Of Indian Gods Ann
Disrespectful Depiction of Hindu Gods In Canada: India has urged...
Disrespectful Depiction of Hindu Gods In Canada: India has urged the removal of objectionable material after posters and premieres of filmmaker Leena Mani Mekalai’s documentary film Kaali at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum hurt Hindu sentiments.
The Indian High Commission in Canada has written a letter on the matter, urging the removal of the objectionable material, saying that we should ask the leaders of the Hindu community in Canada to display a project ‘Under the Tent’ in the Aga Khan Museum. There have been complaints about derogatory depictions of Hindu gods on the film’s poster.
Event organizers urged to remove objectionable material
The Indian Embassy said in the letter that our Embassy in Toronto has conveyed these concerns to the organizers of the event. We have also been told that several Hindu groups have also approached the matter. We have spoken to the Canadian authorities to take action in this matter. We urge the Canadian authorities and event organizers to withdraw such materials.
What’s the matter?
In fact, several Hindu groups had lodged a complaint with the Government of Canada for hurting Hindu sentiments by the poster and premiere of filmmaker Leena Mani McLai’s documentary film Kaali at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. The film, screened at the Rhythm Canada event, shows Kalika smoking a cigarette and holding a flag marking LGBTQ in her hand. Regarding this, the Consulate General of India present in Toronto has taken up this matter with the Canadian government and the organizers of the event. Along with this, he has been urged to take care of religious sentiments.
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