On Friday, the Allahabad High Court has adjourned to next week, heard on a plea seeking a stay on the release of a movie PM Narendra Modi, which is based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s biopic.

A bench of Justices Pankaj Bhatia and PKS Baghel has adjourned the hearing till next week Friday, cited that the Election Commission had already issued notice to the producers.

The petition is seeking a stay on the movie, till the April-May General Election ends on May 19.

The petitioner argued that the release of PM Narendra Modi during the time of election would influence voters.

Hence, the petition reads that it is a violation of the Model Code of Conduct. It further alleged that the movie release would surely affect the free and fair conduct of forthcoming Lok Sabha Election.

The Bhim Sena President Sana Ullah Khan has filed the petition. The Bhim Sena is an organization based on Allahabad district of Uttar Pradesh.

On April 5, PM Narendra Modi was set to release, which is considering 6 days before the first round of Lok Sabha Elections, starting from April 11.

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