BBC Documentary Row: The BBC Documentary Controversy, which started on the 2002 Gujarat riots, is not taking its name to stop. After Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), now a controversy has started over showing BBC documentary in Jamia Millia Islamia University as well. NSUI has issued a poster regarding this, after which the university administration has swung into action. The university has issued a notice regarding this, in which several orders have been given and strict action has been taken for violating them.
What has Jamia said in the notice
Notice has been issued by Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University. It has been said that there will be complete prohibition for any kind of meeting and gathering by the students in the campus or lawn. The university administration has become strict on factionalism regarding any issue. For any event or programme, the permission of the university administration will have to be taken. It has also been said that strict action will be taken against the information given. Since this morning, the security guards posted in the campus are keeping a close watch on every activity. It has been said in the notice that strict disciplinary action will be taken against those who violate the order.
There was a ruckus in JNU too
Let us tell you that in the poster of NSUI, today at 6 pm in the MCRC lawn of the university, it has been said that the controversial BBC documentary ‘India the Modi Question’ on PM Modi will be shown. At present, there is an uproar in JNU regarding the screening of the documentary. The dispute had escalated so much that the matter of stone pelting also came to the fore, after which the electricity and internet connection of the student union office were cut off. The JNU administration did not allow the screening. BBC’s ‘India: The Modi Question’ Documentary series based on the Gujarat Riots when Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of the state.