Internet shut down, power failure, then watched BBC documentary with QR code, know what happened in JNU?

JNU BBC Documentary Screening: Students of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) remain in headlines for no reason. When he takes the responsibility of running a campaign in his hands, then like a soldier, he also executes it step by step. They don’t care about what will be the result of this. A similar scene was witnessed in the JNU campus last night as well. The power went out just before the screening of the BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’. Stones were pelted at the students who were supporters of the programme, but the JNU students did not back down. Despite the power cut and low internet speed, about 300 students remained firm on the insistence of the screening (BBC Documentary Screening) and overcame all the obstacles, the screening of the documentary was carried out through the QR code.

Actually, the BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ was to be screened at JNUSU office near Narmada Hostel at Jawaharlal Nehru University at 9 pm. JNU Students’ Union announced the screening of the documentary a day earlier. Before the screening, the electricity of the entire campus suddenly went off at 8.30 am. Despite this, the screening of the BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ took place. 

What happened when there was a power failure before the screening 

Surprisingly, just before the screening of the BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’, JNU power went off. In protest against this, angry students started watching documentaries on their phones with the help of QR codes, outside the JNU Students’ Union office, but see the effect of the power of power that at the same time the speed of the Internet decreased. It cannot be considered as mere coincidence that the electricity also goes off and the speed of the internet also decreases at the same time. Despite this, the students of JNU continued to watch the documentary. Sensing the conspiracy to stop the screening of the documentary, the students brought laptops from the hostel and watched the entire documentary in small groups. It is a different matter that due to the speed, the documentary ran stuck. Around 300 JNU students watched the documentary.

Government can stop public screening, not viewing 

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union President Aishe Ghosh told the BBC after the incident that the Modi government can stop public screening but cannot stop public viewing. University students alleged that the central government had directed YouTube and Twitter to remove links sharing BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’. After this, the JNU Students Union immediately decided to show this documentary through QR code.

BBC’s documentary  India: The Modi Question is based on the Gujarat riots. BBC has made a documentary of two episodes. The name of the documentary is- India: The Modi Question. Its first episode has been aired in Britain on 17 January. The second episode aired on 24 January. The first episode traces the early political career of Narendra Modi, his rise in the Bharatiya Janata Party and his rise to the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat. The documentary is based on an unpublished report.BBC has obtained this report from the British Foreign Office.In this documentary

‘This is propaganda’, Arindam Bagchi 

Students protest after stone pelting 

It is a matter of concern that during the screening of BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ in JNU, stones were pelted at the students present. In protest, the students watching the documentary demonstrated till the JNU gate in the form of a march. It is not yet known who were the students who pelted the stones. The students of Jawaharlal University claim that the administration deliberately cut off the electricity. Now everyone is waiting for the reply from the JNU administration in this matter. 

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