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Such violence will drive away investors: Delhi CM

New Delhi: Expressing concern over violent protests against film 'Padmaavat', Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said it is not good for the already "dwindling" economy of the country.
If the governments and the courts cannot ensure that a movie is "released and run safely", how will investments flow into the country, the chief minister questioned.
"If all state govts, central govt and SC together cannot get one movie released and run safely, how can we expect investments to flow in? (sic)" Kejriwal tweeted.
He said that such a situation where investments are discouraged is bad for job creation.
"...Forget FDI, even local investors wud feel hesitant.
Not gud for already dwindling economy. Bad for jobs (sic)," the chief minister said.
On Tuesday, participating in the World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told top CEOs that India means business and presents an exciting opportunity for global businesses.
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