Pamphlets distributed to show BBC documentary on PM Modi in JNU, University refuses

BBC Documentary controversy: Prime Minister

Aishi Ghosh on her Facebook page "India: The Modi Question" Talked about getting the documentary named Naam screened. He also shared the poster of its screening. He said join us for a screening of this documentary, one of the biggest "Democracy" Of "elected government" By "Restricted" Has been done. The administration of Jawaharlal Nehru University has issued an advisory after Aishi’s post‍ went viral. 

Instructions not to show controversial documentaries 

The JNU administration issued an urgent advisory saying, “Such unauthorized programs can disturb the peace of the university campus.” Students are advised not to do such controversial programmes. And, all the students who have made such a schedule should also cancel it. Failure to do so, disciplinary action will be taken against those students.’

According to the JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University) administration, without the permission of the administration, pamphlets were distributed by some students in the name of JNUSU to get the controversial documentary screened in the university campus. About which information has been given about the screening on January 24 at 9 pm. So those students are advised to cancel this programme. 

Significantly, recently BBC documentary has been banned in India. In such a situation, apprehensions are being expressed that on the invitation of the President of JNU Students’ Union, the students of leftist ideology should not forcefully show such documentary in the campus. In view of this, security may be further tightened in the JNU campus tomorrow.

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