Why is TMC-JDU backing anti-India forces? Support for BBC against the country
Why is TMC-JDU backing anti-India forces? Support for BBC against the country

New Delhi: The Government of India has taken a tough stand on the BBC's propaganda documentary based on the Gujarat riots. According to reports, the central government has asked to block the link of the tweet and YouTube videos made in this regard. In this connection, Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Moitra has expressed objection.

The TMC MP tweeted, 'The government is working on a war footing to ensure that no one in India can watch BBC shows. It is a shame that the emperor and courtiers of the world's largest democracy are so insecure.' At the same time, JDU's national spokesperson KC Tyagi has also expressed objection to the government's decision against the documentary made by BBC to tarnish India's image. He has said that there are only facts in the documentary. According to Tyagi, many people were killed in the Gujarat riots and if facts are coming out in this regard, then no one should have a problem.

Let us tell you that, in this documentary by British media agency BBC, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak himself has said, 'I do not agree at all with the characterization that has been put forward regarding India's PM Narendra Modi.' At the same time, Lord Rami Ranger, a member of Britain's House of Lords, has also tweeted this documentary as propaganda. He has written that 'BBC News, you have hurt the sentiments of crores of people of India and insulted the democratically elected PM of India as well as Indian Police and Indian Judiciary. We condemn the riots and the death of people, but also condemn your biased reporting.'

Let us tell you that the Supreme Court of India has given a clean chit to PM Modi in the Gujarat riots case. At the same time, a case is also going on against Teesta Setalvad, a Congress close aide, for fabricating fake evidence against PM Modi regarding the Gujarat riots. It is alleged that Teesta fabricated evidence against the then CM Narendra Modi by taking money from Congress and tried to topple his government. 

However, following the Indian government's order, links related to the BBC documentary are being removed from Twitter and YouTube. As per a report, over 50 tweets containing the link to the YouTube video have been blocked. The government has taken this action using emergency powers under the IT Rules, 2021.  

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