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‘Will post another video…’, Mahua Moitra shares part-2 of BBC’s controversial documentary

BBC Documentary Row: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BBC documentary on the 2002 riots ‘India: The Modi Question’ But the controversy did not stop. It is reported that the second episode of this docudrama has also been released and TMC MP Mahua Moitra has also shared it on her Twitter handle. There is a ruckus about this documentary in the country as well as in Britain and it has even been banned in India.

Mahua Moitra shared the link on Twitter on Wednesday (January 25), “Here is the second episode (with buffering delay) will post another link when they remove it.” Earlier also he had shared the link of this documentary. Apart from this, another TMC leader Derek O’Brien has also shared its link.

Government banned

The special thing is that the government has banned this documentary and has blocked it on any social media and YouTube. The Ministry of External Affairs also rejected this and said that it is a medium of propaganda. Moreover, the new leader of the opposition party is fiercely opposing its ban by the government.

Here is Episode 2 (with buffering delays)

Will post another link when they get this one removed https://t.co/lnx6IAw0Fw

— Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) January 25, 2023

Controversy over screening in JNU

There is a fierce controversy over this documentary even in the Jawaharlal Nehru University of Delhi. The news of controversy over its screening is in front of everyone. JNU students alleged that stones were pelted to prevent them from watching the documentary. Apart from this, the university administration had even cut off the electricity to prevent it from being seen.  

Read also: Ruckus in JNU and Hyderabad, now announcement of open screening of BBC documentary in Kolkata

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