New Delhi, Jan 24 (PTI) The JNU college students’ union couldn’t maintain the proposed screening of a controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a pupil outfit alleging that the varsity’s administration snapped energy and web connections on the union’s workplace.
There was no rapid response from the JNU administration to the allegation. College students, nonetheless, downloaded the documentary on their mobilephones by means of a web based utility to observe and share it, All India College students Affiliation (AISA) nationwide president N Sai Balaji claimed.
The Jawaharlal Nehru College students’ Union (JNUSU) includes members of the Left-backed DSF, AISA, SFI and AISF. The federal government had on Friday directed social media platforms Twitter and YouTube to dam hyperlinks to the documentary titled “India: The Modi Query”. The Ministry of Exterior Affairs has trashed the documentary as a “propaganda piece” that lacks objectivity and displays a colonial mindset.
Nevertheless, opposition events have slammed the federal government’s transfer to dam entry to the documentary. Balaji, who was current for the screening, claimed that some college students had downloaded the documentary on their mobiles and different units.
“They (the JNU administration) have lower off the ability and web. We shared the documentary with different college students and are watching it collectively,” Balaji mentioned. Balaji additionally claimed that there have been police personnel in civil garments roaming on the campus.
Nevertheless, there was no rapid police response.
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