The case of the controversial BBC documentary focusing on PM Narendra Modi does not seem to stop. After the ruckus over the screening of the BBC documentary in JNU on Tuesday, there is now news of uproar over the screening in Jamia Millia Islamia University on Wednesday. It is being told that even before the screening, the students started creating ruckus and raised slogans outside the school. The Delhi Police took him into custody. Here, the Jamia administration says that no documentary screening has been allowed on the campus.
Let us tell you that the BBC documentary was to be screened after 6 pm on Wednesday in Jamia. However, during the day, the police detained four students in connection with the case. Since then, students have been creating ruckus on the university campus. On the issue of screening of the documentary, the Jamia administration has said that there will be no meeting of students or screening of any film on the campus without permission. The university is taking all steps so that the peace of the campus is not disturbed.
New Delhi: Despite a ban by the university administration on the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus, a group of Left students watched the screening of the government-banned “India: The Modi Question” on mobile phones late Tuesday evening. The students had given a call to watch the screening on the lawns of the Student Activity Center at 9 pm. Earlier at 7.30 pm, due to a sudden technical fault, the entire campus lost power.
Students watched the series on laptops in the light of mobile torches while sharing the link of the series to each other on mobile at 9 pm. The students alleged that they were also stoned in the dark while watching the series. Two of these students were arrested. The angry students also took out a protest march from the campus to Vasant Kunj.
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