New Delhi: A controversy broke out between Delhi University students and Delhi Police on Friday over the screening of BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ on gujarat riots. The students said that they want to watch this documentary, while the police are not allowing them to watch it. At the same time, the police say that this documentary has been banned, so its screening cannot be allowed.
Delhi Police said that Section 144 is in force with the Arts faculty of Delhi University. Crowds cannot be allowed to gather here. Some students have been detained following the ruckus. A day earlier on Thursday, there was a dispute between the Students Federation of India (SFI) and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) over this documentary at the University of Hyderabad.
SFI in Hyderabad showed the controversial documentary to over 400 students. In response, rss students’ wing and ABVP activists screened the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ on the university campus. SFI also posted a picture from the screening of the documentary on social media. “ABVP activists tried to create a ruckus, but we did not let them succeed.
In this case, ABVP activists accused the university administration of allowing the BBC documentary to be shown on campus. In protest, activists protested at the main gate of the university. “The administration tried to stop us from screening ‘The Kashmir Files’ on campus. When we were entering the campus with the necessary equipment for the screening of the film, the security guards tried to stop us. When we protested, the guards beat us up.
Here, university registrar Devesh Nigam has issued a statement on this matter. He said that to maintain peace, the screening of more films on the campus has been stopped. In view of the law and order issue, the Dean-Students Welfare has counselled the group of students. While students say that they will work according to their scheduled programs.
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