Big B said that UP government's decision on Aarakshan, which narrates the issue of reservation based on caste, was taken without seeing the film. Anyhow, the 'Angry Young Man' said that he will follow government's order and next promotion of the film will be held in Delhi.
"They say it is a sensitive subject and do not want us to enter the city even...without even seeing the film, duly Censored ?? Strange," Bachchan tweeted.
One of the earlier tweets was, "And now the bad news .. our Lucknow trip tomorrow cancelled because the U.P administration withdraws all permission to conduct promo.
"The administration does not allow us to enter the city..unofficial reports by police say they have instructions to arrest us if we do."
While announcing Delhi as the next venue, Bachchan hoped that he won't face any trouble in the national capital.
"But we must follow the law of the land .. and the principles that our Constitution is based on .. will go straight to Delhi now."
Earlier, while announcing its ban on Aarakshan's preview, Mayawati government claimed that the promotion of Aarakshan may leave a fire among the students to initiate fresh protest. To avoid any kind of law and order situation in the state, Mayawati administration barred the Aarakshan team to meet the students of Lucknow university.