Human rights trouble for Dabangg 2
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 13:06 IST
By: Faisal Saif, Santa Banta News Network
William Nicholas Gomes from Centre for Applied Human Rights in University of York (UK) has appealed to the makers of Dabangg 2 to remove the sequence where Salman Khan's character Chulbul Pandey glorifies the practice of torture by police forces. `This will raise wider public support in favour of torture and ill treatment in the custody,` he said which was published by Hindustan Times.

For those who are unaware of William Nicholas Gomes, He is a Human Rights Ambassador and a Bangladeshi Journalist who was accused of Woman Trafficking. According to a weekly Tabloid 'Blitz Weekly' published last year, While William Gomes was working in CARITAS, He tried to steal information from the computers in that organization, and he was sacked from CARITAS being caught red-handed while stealing information.


The article also says, According to Bangladeshi intelligence, William Gomes is a low graded publicity hunter as well as a Marxist with anti US and anti Israel commitment.

Producer Arbaaz Khan remained unavailable for comment at the time of going to press, Maybe we can guess the reasons.
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