Vivek Agnihotri threatens to sue Oxford Union for cancelling his event

Director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, who is currently on a humanitarian tour of Europe, accused the Oxford Union of "Hinduphobia" on Tuesday and threatened to sue them for cancelling the event.

In a video message, the director of The Kashmir Files shared an incident where he mentioned that the "voice of Hindus" was curbed.

“Other Hindu voices are limited to the HINDUPHOBIC Oxford Union. You canceled me They even abolished the genocide of Hindus and Hindu students who are a minority at Oxford University. The newly elected president is Pakistani. Please share and support me in this most difficult of struggles," the director of The Kashmir Files tweeted along with the video.

The director said he visited Cambridge University, where he was told at the last minute that he would not be allowed to videotape the event.

He said "freedom of expression" had been suppressed and said the move was taken after some Pakistani and Kashmiri Muslim students protested.

"Because you know I'm on a humanitarian tour here in Europe. This tour was decided because of the many prestigious places that invited me, such as the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, the British Parliament and many places in Germany and the Netherlands. But yesterday something very strange happened "When I arrived at Cambridge University I was told at the last minute that we would not be able to videotape the event. This is now a 100 per cent restriction on freedom of expression. This is because some Pakistani and Kashmiri Muslim students protested. This is a denial of genocide. , this is fascist. It's probably because I support the democratically elected government of India," he said in a video speech.

He also said that this is the same university where Subhash Chandra Bose studied but recently on his 150th birthday the event was also canceled they said Bose is a fascist.

Also, the director claimed that he had to go to Oxford University because he had previously been invited by the Oxford Union. However, shortly before his arrival, he was told he had a duplicate reservation and the show had been rescheduled for July 1.

“We only realized it then. I have to speak at the University of Oxford today because the Oxford Union has invited me for a long time. Everything was confirmed by email, but only hours before it said: "Sorry we made a mistake, there was a duplicate reservation and we can't drop you off today. And without me asking they moved the date to July 1 no students and no point in holding an event ," he said.

He also cited Hindus as a minority group at Oxford University and called the incident "minority oppression".

He asked to "remove me" and said "You want to overthrow the democratically elected government of India".

“They want to call us fascists and Islamophobia. It seems that killing thousands of Kashmiri Hindus is not anti-Hindu, but the truth film is anti-Islam. They don't denounce me, they denounce genocide and Hindus. You have to understand Hindus are a minority at Oxford University and that is minority oppression," he said.

He also criticized Oxford University for "hosting dictators and fascists, including Bhutto's sons and many radical African extremists".

Agnihotri is also seeking popular support as he is set to file a lawsuit against the Oxford Union.

"So please help me in this matter. I will

sue them. I will claim all damages. Please support me and join me," he added.

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