The High Court reprimanded BBC, the case is related to the documentary on PM Modi
The High Court reprimanded BBC, the case is related to the documentary on PM Modi

New Delhi: British media company BBC seems to be facing increasing difficulties regarding the documentary 'India: The Modi Question' made by blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Gujarat riots. A few days ago, BBC had shown arrogance to the lower court of Delhi regarding the defamation case. Judiciary has not liked this attitude of BBC. This is the reason that in the same case against the company, when an organization of Gujarat reached the High Court with another complaint, the Justice showed his sharp attitude. The Delhi High Court lambasted the BBC and said that summons should be sent to the media organization through every possible means.

Delhi High Court Justice Sachin Dutta said in a sharp tone that an attempt was made to tarnish the image of PM Narendra Modi with the documentary made in 2 parts. BBC has also done the work of discounting the credibility of India's judiciary. The Delhi High Court has issued summons to the British media organization BBC on the petition of Gujarat's organization Justice on Trial. Judge Sachin Dutta said that notice should be sent to BBC in every way that can be implemented. Gujarat's organization Justice on Trial has said in its petition that BBC has tarnished the image of India through the documentary. Senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for the organization, said that the documentary has also undermined India's judiciary. He said that a defamation case should be filed against BBC. After which the Delhi HC has issued summons to BBC and fixed the date of September for the hearing of the matter. The Supreme Court of India has acquitted PM Modi after a long hearing in the Gujarat riots case, as well as directed an inquiry against Teesta Setalvad, a close aide of the Congress. Teesta is alleged to have fabricated false evidence against the then CM Narendra Modi by taking money from Congress MP Ahmed Patel. Now the BBC's documentary was also openly supported by the Congress and the Kerala Congress even demonstrated it., 

BBC had shown airs to the lower court:-

Earlier, Rohini court had issued summons to BBC on the petition of BJP leader Vinay Kumar Singh. Vinay Kumar had filed a defamation case. He said in his writ that the Indian government has banned the documentary, but Wikipedia still has a page about it. People are watching it on the internet as well. The court should issue an order to remove this page. After this, the lawyers of BBC also appeared in the Rohini court on the previous date. When the BJP leader's lawyers tried to serve him a defamation notice, the BBC's lawyer refused to accept the notice saying that the Delhi court had no jurisdiction to prosecute him for defamation. He said that this is an international agreement. Rohini's court is going to hear the arguments from BBC on May 26, under which it has claimed that it cannot be prosecuted in India.

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