Congress workers disrupted shows of Indu Sarkar in Maharashtra

Vastavam web: Congress workers today disrupted shows of Madhur Bhandarkar’s “Indu Sarkar”, the film based on the Emergency imposed by the Indira Gandhi government in 1975, at several cinema halls in the state.As the film released today, the party workers stalled its screening at some theatres and multiplexes in Thane, Nanded, Nashik and Jalgaon districts. However, the shows resumed later amid tight police security, police officials said.At Kolshewdi in neighbouring Thane district, Congress workers gathered outside a shopping mall, which houses a multiplex, and held protests around 9 am, a police official added.

“The party activists pulled out placards and shouted slogans and disrupted the show. At least 10 party workers have been detained in this connection,” he said.”Two separate offences were registered against Congress workers at Kolshewadi and Vartaknagar police stations accordingly,” he added.In Nanded city, at least 15 party men gathered outside a theatre, where “Indu Sarkar” was scheduled to be screened.