Download The Kashmir Files For Free: Noida Police Warns

Download The Kashmir Files For Free: Noida Police Warns Against Fake Links Circulating on WhatsApp

Amid the ongoing discussion over The Kashmir Files, Noida police officials have cautioned people against clicking on suspicious links sent on social media and WhatsApp by unidentified persons related to the film, suggesting possible attempts at cyber fraud. gives. Officials said cybercriminals can send such links under the pretext of making online payments or sharing links for free access to movies or videos, but can also hack users’ phones and empty bank accounts linked to their mobile numbers. can.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Noida) Ranvijay Singh said, “Police have received inputs that cyber fraud may send such malware on WhatsApp on the pretext of sharing the link of newly released film The Kashmir Files.” Police within a span of 24 hours from just one police station with similar complaints of cyber fraud, in which they suffered a total loss of Rs 30 lakh.

Gautam Buddh Nagar Cyber ​​Cell Officer Baljit Singh asked people to immediately use the Cyber ​​Helpline 1930 (formerly 155260) in case of any online fraud or problem.

Meanwhile, as the screening of the film at a movie theater in Noida was briefly disrupted, police rushed to the site to pacify the audience. Officials said a malfunction in the auditorium’s central air-conditioning system forced personnel to stop the screening of the film, leading to a commotion by the audience at around 7.30 pm. He said that as soon as the air conditioner was immediately rectified by the management of the multiplex located inside a shopping mall in Sector 39 police station area, the show resumed.

There was a problem with the AC system. The house was packed and yesterday (Tuesday) the weather was also a bit warm. The audience was also excited about the new film. This resulted in an uproar, a police spokesperson told PTI. The mall management immediately rectified the AC and soon the film show resumed. A team of officials of the local police station also reached the spot after receiving information about the uproar, the official said.

Police denied allegations surfaced on social media that a multiplex official from the minority community had deliberately stopped the screening of the film.

Written and directed by Vivek Agnihotri and produced by Zee Studios, The Kashmir Files depicts the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley in the 1990s.