As you all know, BBC's controversial propaganda documentary "India the Modi Question" is banned in India, yet some student organizations are trying to vitiate the atmosphere regarding its screening. In this episode, there was a clash between the students of Delhi University and the police on Friday. On the one hand, where the students wanted to watch this documentary even after the ban, the police were not allowing them to watch the documentary. On this matter, the police say, "The documentary has been banned, so its screening cannot be allowed."

Section 144 Near Delhi University Arts Faculty :
In a statement released by the police, it has been said that section 144 is applicable near Delhi University Arts Faculty, crowd cannot be allowed to gather here. Some students have also been detained after the ruckus.

There was a clash in Hyderabad University as well:
Let us tell you that 1 day ago i.e. on Thursday there was a dispute between SFI i.e. Students Federation of India and ABVP i.e. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad regarding this documentary in Hyderabad University. The controversial propaganda documentary was shown to over 400 students at the University of Hyderabad, after which Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad students screened the documentary "The Kashmir File".

SFI had also shared a picture related to the documentary on social media and wrote in the caption that Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad workers are trying to create ruckus, but we will not let them succeed. On the same matter, the activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad alleged that the university administration allowed the controversial propaganda documentary of BBC to be shown to the students.

Where did the controversy take place regarding the controversial propaganda documentary:

Earlier on January 24, Jawaharlal Nehru University also witnessed clashes and stone pelting among students over the screening of controversial BBC propaganda documentary.

On January 25, the police administration detained 7 students in Jamia University after a controversy over this propaganda documentary.

A controversial propaganda documentary on the Prime Minister was also screened in Pondicherry University on Wednesday, January 25, after which news of a clash between two student organizations came to the fore.

On January 25, there was an uproar in Panjab University over the documentary.

If we talk about Republic Day, Kerala Congress had screened this controversial propaganda documentary. Kerala Congress did this screening at Shankumugham Beach in Thiruvananthapuram.

This is just a failed conspiracy to spoil the atmosphere of the country :
However, this controversial documentary in India is only and only a failed attempt to tarnish the image of respected Prime Minister GK. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already got a clean chit from the court regarding the Godhra carnage. The Prime Minister has also been proved innocent in this matter. But some so-called special community people and opposition want to grab this controversial propaganda documentary as an opportunity and want to spoil the atmosphere of the country by screening a propaganda based documentary made by a foreign media institute keeping the controversial propaganda documentary above the constitution and the court. Is.