As you all know, the government has banned the screening of propaganda based documentaries by BBC, but still some anti-national elements are creating ruckus regarding the screening. Now in the meantime news is coming that ruckus is increasing in Jawaharlal Nehru University regarding the screening of BBC documentary.

There is talk of stone pelting by students:
For your information, let us tell you that earlier in the late evening of January 24, 2023, there was news of no screening of the documentary due to power cut, after which some videos went viral on social media..... in which some students were seen creating ruckus. There is talk of stone pelting by the students. Let us tell you that the JNU Students' Union alleges that ABVP i.e. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activists pelted stones at the students watching the documentary.

But on the contrary, journalist Pradeep Bhandari has tweeted a video saying, "Stone pelting started in JNU after the lights were cut off, violence is also being talked about in many places. The surprising thing is that after watching the leftist documentary, Victim want to play cards and are pelting stones at the other side."

On the same matter, journalist Sachin Gupta has tweeted that, "After the power failure, some students in different groups were watching the controversial documentary on mobile laptops. Meanwhile, some stones were thrown. Allegations of leftist students watching the documentary." That the stones were thrown by the people of BJP and RSS."

Poster shares were shared on the controversial documentary:
For your information, let us tell you that despite the banning of BBC's controversial propaganda-based documentary "India - The Modi Question", the student organizations of opposition political parties are determined to get the documentary screened. It is worth mentioning that while sharing the poster of the controversial documentary on Gujarat riots, Jawaharlal Nehru University student union president Aisa Ghosh appealed to the students to attend the screening.

While issuing its advisory, the JNU administration appealed not to get the screening done. The JNU administration had said in its advisory that the screening could disturb peace and harmony in the school. But still leftist students screened the documentary made by BBC on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as a result of which once again JNU is in headlines due to the dispute between the students.