BBC documentary displaying in Jamia, tense environment on college campus
(Delhi) : Jamia Millia Islamia College will now display screen the movie after the BBC documentary’s buzz at Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU). A submit has been shared on Instagram relating to this. Inside it says “Jamia Millia Islamia invitations everybody for a screening of the BBC documentary on PM Modi ‘India: Questions Modi’. Allow us to inform you that this screening program has been held on January 25 (Wednesday) at 6pm on the garden of the MCRC .
Then again, 3 college students had been detained by the Delhi Police for spoiling the environment by saying the screening of a BBC documentary at Jamia College. In line with a police supply, safety on the Jamia Millia Islamia College campus was tightened.
Clashes between two scholar teams at JNU over a controversial documentary
Previous to this, there was a lot commotion at Jawaharlal Nehru College on Tuesday night over the screening of a controversial BBC documentary at JNU. The scholars staged the motion late into the night time. There was additionally stone throwing between two teams of scholars on the JNU campus. College students affiliated with Leftist organizations additionally staged a protest march from the JNU campus to the Vasant Kunj police station. Concerning this, the police stated that no FIR has been registered but, an investigation is being carried out based mostly on the criticism.
The federal government’s motion on the documentary is controversial
In reality, the federal government on Friday directed social media platforms Twitter and YouTube to dam hyperlinks to a documentary known as India: The Modi Query. The International Ministry has dismissed the documentary as a propaganda ploy. The federal government says the controversial BBC documentary lacks objectivity and displays a colonial mindset.
After the screening of the BBC documentary in Jamia, the environment of pressure on the college campus surfaced for the primary time on India Information.