Top Indian university bans screening of BBC series on PM Modi


A top Indian university has banned the screening of a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s (above) role during the deadly 2002 sectarian riots, after his government attempted to block its spread online. – AFP pic, January 24, 2023.

A TOP Indian university has banned the screening of a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s role during the deadly 2002 sectarian riots, after his government attempted to block its spread online.  

The broadcaster’s programme alleges that the Hindu nationalist Modi, premier of Gujarat state at the time, ordered police to turn a blind eye to an orgy of violence there that left at least 1,000 people dead, most of them minority Muslims.  


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  • 'Aap Ki Adalat' (In your court of law) is a popular TV show in India.. In this show outstanding Indians are subject to mock trials about their contributions to society. Whenever a Muslim leader appears in the show there would be many questions about the wrongs done to Hindus. When PM Modi appeared in the show nothing was mentioned about the above matter. This BBC show tells the TRUTH about P.M.Modi. If the Universities had not banned the show no body would have known the truth.

    Posted 1 week ago by Citizen Pencen