Jaipur: Amid reports that his outfit had withdrawn its ongoing protests against director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial film 'Padmaavat', Shree Rajput Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi on Saturday said that his organisation will continue to protest against period drama.
Kalvi also categorically dismissed reports that his outfit has withdrawn protests against 'Padmaavat', saying it is a "fake news" circulated by a "fake Karni Sena".
The national president of Shree Rajput Karni Sena also warned that the ruling BJP will suffer heavily for not conceding to their demands to ban the release of the controversial film.
Kalvi said that his group has made the BJP pay - via its loss in the Rajasthan bypolls - for not respecting the sentiments of the protesting Rajputs.
He also ridiculed that there are many 'fake' Karni Senas active in the country claiming to be fighting for the rights of Hindus and Rajputs.
"There are many fake Karni Senas emerging in India. At present there are eight such entities operating in the country with vested interests," Kalvi was quoted as saying by IANS.
The Rajput leader, whose outfit has been spearheading the protests against Bhansali's "Padmaavat", said there has been a "duplicacy" in matters pertaining to Karni Sena's functioning.
Kalvi stated that there was "only one Rajput Karni Sena operating in the country'' and he is the founder of that o...