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Controversial BBC Documentary Screened on Beach in Kerala

  • Posted on January 27, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
Controversial BBC Documentary:-
  The BBC documentary of PM Modi had a controversial impact as soon as it was released. The documentary is related to the riots of 2002 in Gujarat when he served as the Chief Minister of the State. Central Government has banned the documentary from all digital platforms but the issue does not seem to be settling down as some student Unions have gone against the ban and managed to screen the documentary at a few places. But this is for the first time that a National Party decided to screen the documentary.    Controversial BBC Documentary Controversial BBC Documentary Kerala Pradesh Congress screened the documentary on Shanghumugham beach in Thiruvananthapuram. It was screened at 5 PM today ie 26th January. The event was hosted on the beach to know about the public opinions about the same. The documentary titled “India-The Modi Question”, contained some of the facts after the investigation of the 2002 riots as per the authorities. The Central Government has declared it a “propaganda piece”.   Controversial BBC Documentary Controversial BBC Documentary The documentary was blocked as soon as it was released on various YouTube channels as well as links on Twitter. This step faced a lot of criticism and was termed censorship by the opposition. Various college students are very interested in the screening of the BBC documentary which even caused violence and a lot of ruckuses in JNU and Jamia. Hyderabad University, and Punjab University students also hosted the screening.   Controversial BBC Documentary Controversial BBC Documentary The documentary is based on the original facts or is it really propaganda to create a ruckus in the country is a matter of discussion and investigation. Investigations by the concerned authorities have been completed and the hon’ble Supreme Court has also given a clean chit to the then Chief Minister. In such a background what new facts can this documentary place on the table is a matter to see but the government has rejected it as an act targeting the Sovereignty of India. Whatever the case may be maintaining law and order as well as harmony among the citizens should be the utmost priority.  For more updates keep visiting our website where we provide unbiased, true, and top stories of the world.      
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