SFI announces screening of BBC documentary at Jamia University, warns organizers

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Jamia University-BBC documentry

New Delhi: Controversy is increasing across the country regarding the BBC documentary. This controversy can be gauged from the fact that a young leader of Congress tendered his resignation in this dispute. At the same time, Congress is in favor of showing this documentary. Left student organization Student Federation of India had announced the screening of the BBC documentary ‘The Modi Question’ at Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University.

The central government has already banned this documentary. And Congress is in favor of showing it. There was a lot of uproar on campus regarding the screening. The university administration is against it. But the students have shown a lot of enthusiasm about it. The matter is getting serious. After this Delhi Police took 13 students of the Students Federation of India (SFI) into custody.

Jamia University-BBC documentry

Explain that on this matter, the university administration says that no film will be allowed on campus without prior permission. Even then, if the issue is not accepted, action will be taken against the organizers. Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar said that the student organization SFI wants to spoil the atmosphere of the campus. If needed, action will be taken against these students.

The Students’ Federation of India is a student organization in India affiliated with the Communist Party of India. It was established on 30 December 1970. The Left students’ organization at Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University had announced the screening of the BBC documentary ‘The Modi Question’.

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