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Government addresses corruption issue in Mumbai CBFC raised by Vishal

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Information and Broadcasting Ministry reacted swiftly to Tamil actor Vishal’s allegations of corruption at the film CBFC, Mumbai by sending a top official from the Ministry to Mumbai “to conduct an inquiry. This response comes less than 24 hours after Vishal claimed he paid 6.5 lakhs to the censor board to certify the Hindi version of his latest film, “Mark Antony,” which was released last week in north Indian states.

The ministry called the charge “extremely unfortunate”, professed “zero tolerance” for corruption, and asked others who may have been harassed to provide details. “The government has zero tolerance for corruption and strictest action will be taken against anyone involved. A senior officer… has been deputed to Mumbai to conduct an inquiry today itself,” the post on X said.

Vishal on Thursday uploaded a video on social media addressed to Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He claimed he sent ₹ 3 lakh to the Tamilnad Mercantile Bank account of M Rajan and ₹ 3.5 lakh to a Kotak Mahendra Bank account belonging to Jeeja Ramdas in order to get Mark Antony certified by CBFC. Both accounts are in Mumbai.

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