BBC Documentary Row: Police action regarding controversial documentary in Jamia, 4 students got detained
The Students Federation of India (SFI) on Wednesday announced that it will be screening the controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Jamia University campus at 6 pm.
The controversy over the controversial BBC documentary based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi started from Jawaharlal Nehru University and has now reached Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia University. A screening of the controversial BBC documentary was reportedly held at Jamia University at 6 pm on Wednesday. After this, taking action, Delhi Police has taken into custody four students for creating ruckus outside Jamia Millia Islamia University today over the screening of BBC documentary. The Students Federation of India (SFI) on Wednesday announced that it will be screening the controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Jamia University campus at 6 pm.
The university administration said that no permission has been sought for the screening of the documentary and we will not allow it. The Jamia unit of SFI has released a poster informing that the documentary will be screened at 6 pm at MCRC lawn gate no.8. Taking up the matter, a Jamia official said, "They did not seek permission for the screening and we will not allow the screening. If the students go out to do something, strict action will be taken against them."
JNUSU President Ayesha Ghosh has accused ABVP students of stone pelting during the screening of BBC. The JNUSU President complained to the police that ABVP students pelted stones. After the complaint of the students, the police has started inquiry.