Alia said she was shocked to hear about finding a body with slogans against the movie found at the Nahargarh Fort on Friday. On the stones nearby was scribbled "Hum sirf putle nahi latkate (We don't just hang effigies)". On Thursday, 40-year-old Chetan Saini had left home to drop his children to school. "We want 100 percent ban and not a conditional ban on the movie", Makrana said. Saini made imitation jewellery and operated from his house. The police also found a ticket to Mumbai. The forensic team present at the spot mentioned that the way the body was hanging at the parapet; it could not have been a suicide.
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Rajasthani Police is investigating the case to find out whether it was a murder or a suicide. Sumit Kumar, ACP (Kotwali), said, "We have recovered an Aadhaar Card from his pocket. Other than the ligature and abrasions, no other injuries were visible".
Those offended by the film haven't seen it but believe Bhansali has distorted history and that the film shows the title character, a Rajput queen called Padmini, or Padmavati, in a bad light.
"We are yet to ascertain the exact reason for Saini taking the extreme step".
Dr R K Punia, professor and head of the department at the hospital said, "The doctor concerned has submitted his findings in the preliminary cause of death report, which has been given to the police". "He had also taken loans from some individuals", Singh said.
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