Valmiki Community Protests Colors TV Show ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush’ for Misleading Facts and Hurting Sentiments
Still of the show t of ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush and Protests in Punjab (Photo Credits: Youtube Still/ANI)

Valmiki community of Punjab staged a protest on Saturday against the telecast of TV serial Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush for allegedly representing disfigured facts. The community has given a Bandh Call for September 7 demanding to withdraw airing of TV serial. One of the protestors, Akshay Raj, told ANI. Sacred Games 2: Akali Dal MLA Manjinder S Sirsa Lashes Out at Anurag Kashyap For Hurting Religious Sentiments of Sikhs (Watch Video).

"It is very unfortunate that the serial has been produced with disfigured facts and without going into the historical facts. The telecast of the serial has hurt the sentiments of the entire Valmiki community. During the protest, only the markets will be shut. We don't want to interrupt with the normal functioning of schools, hospitals or ambulance." Sacred Games 2: BJP Leader Tajinder Bagga Files Police Complaint Against Anurag Kashyap For Allegedly Hurting Religious Sentiments of Sikh Community

"A call for peaceful Bandh has been called for September 7 to express resentment for not taking any action against the TV channel despite giving a memorandum to the district administration. We demand the withdrawal of the show from airing," Raj added.