Make ‘Kashmir Files’ 100% entertainment tax free: BJP

The new date of its release is scheduled on March 11. Kapoor in his letter stated that the film is based on lives of Kashmiri pandits who were tormented by terrorism, terrorists and forced to flee from their motherland.


New Delhi: The Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson, Praveen Shankar Kapoor has written a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, urging him to give 100 per cent entertainment tax exemption to the film ‘The Kashmir Files.’


The film was all set to release worldwide on Republic Day but due to the third wave of Covid-19 pandemic, the movie’s release was postponed. The new date of its release is scheduled on March 11. Kapoor in his letter stated that the film is based on lives of Kashmiri pandits who were tormented by terrorism, terrorists and forced to flee from their motherland.


“It’s a moral duty of government to promote this film as it is exposing the black face of terrorism. Therefore, the Delhi Government should come forward and give 100 per cent entertainment tax exemption to the film,” said Kapoor.