Strict action if BBC Documentary is shown on campus, Tata Institute warns

BBC documentary on Modi

Mumbai: The controversial BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ Controversy is increasing day by day. This documentary was shown at Hyderabad University. After that, there was confusion regarding the screening in JNU and Jamia. But at Delhi University, there has been a ruckus about the BBC documentary.

Meanwhile, there is now talk of showing this documentary at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai. At the same time, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) said on Friday that some students are planning to show a BBC documentary. However, the institute has not given permission for its screening. This may threaten the peace of the campus. Any action against the rules of the organization will be dealt with strictly.

Delhi University students detained by police
Earlier, students protesting outside the Arts Faculty of Delhi University were taken into custody by the Delhi Police. Same, Section 144 has been implemented outside the Arts Campus. The screening of the documentary was not allowed by the university administration, even after which the students gathered for the screening.

BBC documentary on Modi

Electricity cut at Ambedkar University
While this afternoon, just before the documentary screening at Ambedkar University, there has been a power cut. SFI alleged that the screening of this documentary could not take place as the administration of this government university cut off the electricity but a QR code containing the link to this documentary was shared with the students so that they could watch it on their personal devices.