Amid the allegations of the BJP, the ruling BJD has counter-attacked the saffron party on the same issue.
In Odisha, the activists of Kalinga Sena staged a demonstration in front of several theatres in Bhubaneswar to protest against the movie.
Demanding regularization of their contractual jobs, the teachers staged dharna and raised slogans against the State government through music. Being art teachers, they put their skills to use hoping to make their demands reach the ears of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.
Students and their parents have launched an indefinite dharana demanding appointment of teachers.
The incident happened when the agitating teachers were marching in the rally to press for their 8-point charter of demands.
The Opposition BJP on Monday staged sit-in demonstrations across Odisha to protest the "criminalisation of politics" in the state.
Families of missing minor girl Pihu, Nayagarh's Pari, Manab Premi Aditya Dash and ACF Soumya Ranjan Patnaik and many such victim families were part of the protest and alleged deprivation of justice.
Muktikant Biswal, who reached Bhubaneswar on padyatra from Rourkela by covering a distance of 530 km last week to press for his unfulfilled demands, climbed the hoarding installed at Sishu Bhawan Square in the capital city.
A bench comprising Justices SK Kaul and Abhay S Oka passed the order while hearing a plea relating to protests by lawyers in the State demanding a permanent High Court bench in Sambalpur district.
The corporators in Cuttack alleged that they were meted out with ill behaviour by the CMC commissioner.
The Committee, headed by the Chief Secretary of Odisha will discuss the matter between December 16 and 20 to come out with a solution. The teachers' protest has been put on a hold till then.
Adequate police forces have been deployed at the site to avoid any untoward incident.
The teachers have been agitating day and night under the aegis of the United Primary Teachers’ Federation for the past couple of days at the designated protest site at Lower PMG in the city in the city to press for their demands.
A protesting teacher, Bairagi Sahu received quite a lot of attention from both, the media and his fellow teachers, for his acting and dialogue delivery as King Kansa.
Tension flared up at the protest site when one of the protestors fell sick and was rushed to a hospital.