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Uproar over BBC’s banned documentary in Jamia after JNU, 4 students detained, screening planned today…


Uproar in Jamia after JNU over screening of BBC’s banned documentary.
Delhi Police detained 4 students of Jamia.
There is a plan to screen the documentary in Jamia today at 6 pm.

New Delhi. The uproar over the controversial BBC documentary in the country’s capital is not taking the name of stopping. After the uproar over its screening at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Tuesday, it is now planned to be screened at Jamia Millia Islamia University on Wednesday. But before this there has been an uproar in the university. The university plans to screen the documentary today, January 25, at 6 pm. The screening is being organized by the student organization SFI. But now due to the uproar, a cloud of doubt has started hovering over the screening. Earlier, SFI had also distributed pamphlets regarding the screening.

According to news agency ANI, four students have been detained for allegedly creating ruckus outside the Jamia Millia Islamia University today over the screening of a BBC documentary. At the same time, the university has reiterated that no student meeting or screening of any film will be allowed on the campus without permission. The administration has said that the university is taking all measures to prevent people and organizations with vested interests from destroying the peaceful academic environment.

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There was a ruckus during the screening in JNU
It may be known that earlier there has been an uproar over the screening of controversial BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’. The JNU Students’ Union had put up leaflets in the campus regarding the screening of the documentary. After this, the university administration had issued a notice banning the documentary screening. But even after this the students screened the documentary and a ruckus started in the campus.

In the late evening there was a clash between different student union groups and electricity was also cut off in the university. After this, the students gathered for the screening also accused the other group of pelting stones. During this, on getting the information, the police also reached the campus. Angered by the stone pelting, the students took out a protest march from the campus to the Vasant Kunj police station and demonstrated. Let us tell you that the Central Government has banned the controversial documentary of BBC under the new IT rules.

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