"The police are detaining us without any reason. We are not here for any type of rebellious activity, we just wanted to talk to the CBFC and tell them that Padmavat film violates the Indian history and request them to not release it," Prakash Singh Parmar, a Karni Sena worker, told ANI.
He added that the Sena was requesting the censor body that they should not do anything which in turn would hurt anyone's cultural beliefs.
"Therefore, we all came here to have a discussion but they have detained us. They have changed the name of the film but that does not change anything," Parmar stated.
Another Sena worker, Ganpat Singh said the film should be banned completely.
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