Hyderabad: Kathi Mahesh who made controversial comments on Lord Rama, has been expelled from the City Hyderabad.
It is known news that Hyderabad police served a notice to Telugu film critic Kathi Mahesh for allegedly making derogatory comments against Lord Rama and Sita recently.
Kathi Mahesh who has also been the part of few movies, was booked by the police on a complaint lodged by leaders of Hindu Janasakthi alleging that the film critic made the offensive comments during a debate on a television channel.
The case was registered against him for hurting religious sentiments. Banjara Hills Station House Office (SHO), K Srinivas said, “Several Bajrang Dal activists have filed a complaint against him for making objectionable comments against the Ramayana, and Rama and Sita. We have only called Kathi Mahesh in for questioning and served him a notice under Section 44 of the Code Of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). There was no arrest.” Kathi Mahesh was later released from police custody.
Now according to the latest update, Kathi Mahesh who made controversial comments on Lord Rama, has been expelled from the City. The Hyderabad Police has ordered him to leave the city and he can’t come into city without informing them.
Recently Kathi Mahesh participated in a debate about a sedition case filed against Human Rights activist, rationalist and Bigg Boss season 2 Babu Gogineni. In the debate, Kathi Mahesh said, “For me, Ramayana is just another story…I believe Rama is a dagulbhaji (cheater) as he is ideal in that story. And I think perhaps Sita would have been better, might have gotten justice if she had stayed with Ravana. What’s wrong with that?”
His comment sparked controversy with several Hindu activists demanding his immediate arrest.
Meanwhile, seer Paripoornanda has said that he will go to any extent to ensure film critic Kathi Mahesh is arrested for hurting Hindu sentiments. President of Hindu Sanghatan, Karuna Sagar, alleged that Kathi Mahesh was stirring controversies just to remain in the public eye.
News Courtesy: tollywood.net