Uproar over BBC documentary in JNU, ABVP pelted stones, power cut

DELHI: JNU administration cut off power supply to stop the screening of BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’. The electricity and internet connection of the student union office has been cut. There is also news of stone pelting.

BBC Documentary Screening In JNU: The growing controversy over BBC’s documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ on PM Modi is not taking its name to stop. Recently, a group of students at Hyderabad Central University watched this documentary in the campus, following which the university administration has sought a report. At the same time, ruckus has also been seen in the JNU campus of Delhi regarding this controversial documentary.

It is alleged that in order to stop the screening of BBC documentary on PM Modi, the JNU administration has cut off the power supply to the student union office and cut off the internet connection. It is reported that stones were also pelted at the students’ group by AVBP Group. According to the information, the JNU Students’ Union wanted to show the documentary on Tuesday night at 9 pm in the university campus, which was not allowed by the administration.

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