Hyderabad: Following the release of the Razakar movie teaser, Telangana IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao decided on Monday to take up the matter with the censor board.
He stated, “Some intellectually bankrupt individuals from the BJP are making efforts to incite communal violence and polarization for their political agenda in Telangana.”
He also mentioned that the matter would be brought to the attention of the Telangana police to ensure that the law and order situation in Telangana is not affected.
Razakar movie teaser
Yesterday, the teaser for the movie was unveiled, and it is scheduled to be screened in cinemas soon.
The movie asserts that “India gained independence on August 15, 1947, but Hyderabad did not.” It also aims to shed light on the alleged atrocities committed against the public of erstwhile Hyderabad by the Razakars.
Ahead of Telangana assembly polls, Razakar movie teaser released
Who were the Razakars?
The Razakars were the paramilitary volunteer force of the nationalist party in the Hyderabad state under Nizam’s rule.
They were established in 1938 by the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Bahadur Yar Jung and expanded significantly during the leadership of Qasim Razvi around the time of India’s independence.
Following the integration of erstwhile Hyderabad into the Indian Union, Qasim Razvi was initially imprisoned. Later, he was allowed to move to Pakistan, where he was granted asylum.