Deepa Metha's Fire is under fire from the country's self-appointed moral police. Their contention is that the film is a violation of the Indian cultural mores and cannot be allowed to influence the Indian psyche. According to them, such films ruin the moral fabric of the nation, which must be protected and defended against such intrusions at all cost, even at the cost of cultural dictatorship.
Based on the information in the above passage, it can be inferred that
According to the paragraph, the moral police thinks that the movies are bound to affect the judgment of Indian audience and hence they need to censor the movie in order to preserve their already existing judgment and protect them from the influence of such a work.
Option B correctly summarizes the inference.
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