During the screening of “The Kashmir Files,” the Collector and Magistrate of Kota district, Rajasthan, will enforce Section 144 from March 22 to April 21 to maintain law and order.
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As a result of the communal sensitivities of the district, upcoming festivals, and increased numbers of people taking a dip in the Chambal river, the Kota administration has imposed a cap on gatherings.
The Kota administration has ordered that no gathering of five or more people, no meetings of organizations, and no protests or parades are allowed within the district. Covid-19 vaccination centers, government events, and recruitment processes all fall within the exemptions.
Kota administration has also ordered its citizens not to share posts on social media that are disruptive to the community.
Total collections for the film have exceeded Rs 167 crore. On Friday, the film took in Rs 19.15 crore, and on Saturday, it collected Rs 24.80 crore.