There has been an uproar in the British Parliament over BBC’s biased reporting during the inauguration of Ram Temple in Ayodhya. A British MP criticized the BBC for presenting wrong facts against Hindus on the Ayodhya temple. MP Bob Blackman said that on such occasions the BBC had to present the correct facts. Let us tell you that at the time of inauguration of Ram temple, BBC had said that Ram temple has been built by demolishing the mosque. MP Blackman said that BBC told the fact about the demolition of the mosque, but did not tell that 2 thousand years ago there was a Ram temple, which was demolished and a mosque was built. The British Parliament strongly criticized the BBC for presenting wrong facts to the world.
British MP Bob Blackburn criticized BBC’s ‘biased’ coverage of Ayodhya Ram temple, saying that the mosque-like structure was a temple of Hindus 2 thousand years ago. A mosque was forcibly built by demolishing the temple, but BBC hid that fact. British MP Bob Blackman slammed the BBC’s coverage of the Ram temple consecration ceremony in Ayodhya for ‘biased’ reporting. Let us tell you that the BBC’s coverage of the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya on January 22 came under question in the British Parliament when a member termed it as “biased” and said that the BBC should “not know what is going on around the world.” Should provide a decent record of what it has been doing.
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Speaking in the UK Parliament, Bob Blackman said that the BBC reported this was the site of the destruction of a mosque, while in doing such reporting it forgot the fact that it had been a temple here for more than 2,000 years. “Last week the consecration of the Ram temple took place in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Being the birthplace of Lord Ram, it was a matter of great joy for Hindus around the world,” Blackman said. But very sadly the BBC, in its coverage, definitely reported that this was the site of the destruction of a mosque, forgetting the fact that it had been a temple for over 2,000 years before this happened and Muslims were allowed to live in areas adjacent to the city. A five-acre site has been allotted to build a mosque in the area itself.”
Concern expressed over BBC reporting
The MP asked other Members of Parliament to “allow time for a debate on the BBC’s impartiality and its failure to provide a decent record of what is actually going on around the world on government time.” Later, in a post on Twitter, the MP said constituents had raised concerns about the BBC’s biased reporting of the Ram temple. He said that, as an ardent supporter of the rights of Hindus, “this article has created a great deal of resentment.” “The BBC needs to be able to provide a good record of what’s going on around the world,” he said. Soon after the consecration ceremony conducted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, devotees burst crackers across the country to celebrate the ‘Pran Pratistha’ of Lord Ram in Ayodhya.
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