#BOYCOTTSonyTV: Rebroadcast the episode with true events in the retracted episode ! – Demand by Hindus

Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Andolan at Dadar, Demand of Pro Hindu Organizations!

The apology sought by ‘Sony TV’ is just to deceive the Hindus, Rebroadcast the episode with true events in the retracted episode!

Mumbai : Episode 212 of ‘Crime Patrol 2.0’ on ‘Sony TV’ featured the character of fanatic Aftab with the Hindu name of ‘Mihir’ and the character of Shraddha Walkar who was the Hindu girl with the Christian name of ‘Anna Fernandes’. It’s very infuriating. Supporting Aftab, who cut 35 pieces, the producers of ‘Sony TV’ showed that the Hindu youth committed this gruesome murder. Also tried to suppress the issue of ‘Love Jihad’ which is most important in this crime. We the Hindu community strongly opposed this. After that, ‘Sony TV’ said the false apology that, ‘This incident is not related to Aftab-Shraddha Walkar, but it is from the year 2011. However, if anyone’s feelings have been hurt, sorry’. This is a deception of Hindu society. If this episode was not about Aftab’s case, why did Sony TV delete the episode number 212 from their app ? It is a form of evidence destruction. If this episode is edited and the true incident is not shown, then we will continue our agitation, warned Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Satish Kochrekar. He was speaking at the ‘Hindu-Rashtra Jagruti Andolan’ held outside Dadar (E) Railway Station in Mumbai against ‘Sony TV’.

Sou. Bhavya Gowda Hindu janajagruti Samiti, Adv. Shakunthala Shetty, Adv. Shubha B. Naik, Sou. Sudha Sadanand submitting memorandum to Executive of Sony TV Bengaluru demanding apology for changing the name of accused Aftab to a Hindu name in the ‘Crime Patrol’ in the Shraddha Walkar case.

In an explanation given by Sony TV while apologizing, it said, ‘This episode is imaginary, which is based on some research from Year 2011.’ On the one hand, the program is pre-announced, ‘This episode is based on a true incident’, so how does it become fictional when apologizing ? Also, if it is fictional then how it can be based on the year 2011 ? Sony TV is making a fake out of this. Within 2 days they should announce the details of the 2011 case on which the episode was based; Otherwise, the devout Hindus decided to intensify this movement, thinking that Sony TV has again misled the Hindu society.

When a delegation of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti went to Sony Pictures Network’s office in Gurugram, Haryana to make a statement, the company refused to accept the statement. We publicly condemn Sony TV for not respecting public sentiments. In fact, this program could have provided an opportunity to sensitize Hindu women in the real sense by presenting the facts regarding the ‘Love Jihad’ in the Shraddha Walkar murder case; but by changing the religion of the criminals, there was a deliberate attempt to show Hindus as criminals. This was strongly protested at this time. As the episode sparked outrage across the country, the hashtag #BoycottSonyTV was trending on Twitter for two days. At this time devout Hindus protested against Sony TV holding placards and shouting slogans.

Sony LIV deletes episode from Crime Patrol that distorts Shraddha Walkar Case by changing Aftab to ‘Mihir’

3rd January 2023

Sony LIV has deleted the Shraddha Walkar episode of the true crime anthology series ‘Crime Patrol’ from the app. The link now shows a “Content Not Found” message. Reportedly, Sony was facing criticism on social media for showing the perpetrator Aftab as a Hindu named Mihir and Shraddha as a Christian named Anna in the episode.

Airtel Xtreme has also deleted the episode. The recap episode from YouTube was also removed.

Aired last week, the episode of ‘Crime Patrol’ portrayed the victim Shraddha Walkar as a Christian girl named ‘Anna Fernandes’, while her killer boyfriend Aftab Amin Poonawalla, a Muslim man, was depicted as ‘Mihir’ in the crime anthology series. The duo is also seen marrying at a temple in the episode.

Source : OpIndia

#BOYCOTTSonyTV: Crime Patrol distorts Shraddha Walkar Case by changing Abtab to ‘Mihir’

1st January 2023


Sony Entertainment Television (SET)’s widely popular crime anthology series ‘Crime Patrol’ today televised the horrifying case of Shraddha Walkar’s murder by her live-in boyfriend Aftab, except the serial distorted the facts and changed the religious identities of the victim and the culprit.

Aired this week, the episode of ‘Crime Patrol’ portrayed the victim, Shraddha Walkar, as a Christian girl named ‘Anna Fernandes’, while her tormentor, Aftab Poonawalla, a Muslim man with temperamental issues, was depicted as ‘Mihir’ in the crime anthology series. The duo is also seen marrying at a temple in the episode.

The episode shows the duo based out of Pune, even though Aftab and Shraddha were based out of Delhi, where the former brutally killed her and later severed her body parts to be discarded at different places across the NCR region. In addition to this, the episode shows Mihir’s mother as a devout Hindu, an implicit hint that he belonged to a Hindu family, even though Aftab was a practising Muslim.

The said episode was uploaded on SET India’s YouTube channel yesterday. The episode is also available for paid subscribers of the Sony LIV app services.

The program is numbered 212 and is titled the ‘Ahmedabad-Pune’ murder case under Crime Patrol 2.0. Here’s the screenshot of the Sony LIV app with the said episode marked in red.

Source : OpIndia

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