Why BBC documentary inflated controversy in JNU?

From JNU to Delhi's Basant Bihar police station, an auditorium was built till midnight for the BBC documentary screening. The controversial BBC documentary is blocked on social media, but the Tukde Tukde gang got a chance in this too. Let us tell you every piece of information related to this dispute.

Despite strict warnings from the JNU administration, the JNU Student Union adhered to the documentary screening at 9 pm on Tuesday night. The team of students associated with the left wing also reached the place fixed for the screening, but at the last moment, the lights of the university campus went missing. Then the students also downloaded the documentary through a QR code. Then formed different groups and started watching on mobile and laptop, but the ruckus increased at that time. While watching the documentary, the students have also been accused of stone pelting.

Students watching the documentary chased two students and caught them from the bushes and accused them of belonging to ABVP. However, the arrested students have also refused to stone pelting and called themselves innocent. The accused students told that 'they caught us and made us prisoners.' In this case, two students were caught, who were telling themselves innocent. Students associated with the Student Union claimed that many students have also suffered injuries due to stone pelting. Let us tell you that the students continued to create a ruckus for a long time regarding the restoration of electricity on the university campus.

JUNSU President Aishe Ghosh has said that 'Vice Chancellor should answer, restore the light'. We have not canceled. Will see today, and will see tomorrow also. There have been stone pelting, we have seen ABVP people 1605- They were not stone pelters. People were beating them. The anger of the members of the student union is being seen on the university administration as well as on the police. Angry students reached the Basant Kunj police station and raised slogans against the police.

The question is that despite the ban on the documentary, why is the work being done to vitiate the atmosphere of JNU? When the Supreme Court has given a clean chit to PM Modi, then who felt the need to spread the propaganda of BBC in the country?

In Kerala too, the BJP has protested against the controversial BBC documentary. The BJP had alleged that this controversial documentary of the BBC, which was also banned by the government. It is being shown in different places in Kerala. The BJP alleged that this Democratic Youth Federation of India is deliberately engaged in screening this documentary instead. In Thiruvananthapuram, BJP workers took out a march on Tuesday over the issue. During this, the police fired water cannons on BJP workers.

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