BCC Documentary on PM Modi Row Special Screening JNU Controversy
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BCC Documentary on PM Modi Row Special Screening JNU Controversy: The prestigious and famous Jawaharlal Nehru University or JNU in the national capital Delhi is again in disrepute. This time, however, the controversy does not concern the clash between students, but the screening of a controversial documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The screening of a controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Modi sees news of upheaval and upheaval at the JNU campus. In addition, allegations of stone bullets were also made by the student groups. However, the incident of stone bullets was not confirmed by the police.
Earlier on Monday, a group of students from Jawaharlal Nehru University attempted to show the controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening, January 24, despite a government warning on Monday. According to information, the screening of the documentary was organized by the JNU Students’ Union. While the administration did not allow it. As soon as the issue of showing the documentary without permission came to light, the administration shut down the student union’s electricity and internet. Nevertheless, the students did everything they could to show the documentary.