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BBC Documentary: Preparation for screening at Tata Institute of Social Sciences after JNU, permission denied

BBC Documentary: Preparation for screening at Tata Institute of Social Sciences after JNU, permission denied


Students of TISS Mumbai are also preparing for the screening of BBC documentary. However, he has not got permission from the college administration.

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oi-Ashutosh Tiwari

Updated: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 13:00 [IST]

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The government has banned the controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but it is being forcibly screened at many places. Recently there was a lot of ruckus in Delhi’s JNU over the documentary, while now a group of students at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Mumbai has planned to screen the documentary.

In this case, Progressive Students Forum (PSF) said that the government has banned the documentary, this screening is being done in protest against this decision. Apart from this, it is a way of showing solidarity with other student organizations. In such a situation, his organization appeals to the students to reach in large numbers for the screening to be held on 28 January. On the other hand, an official from TISS clarified that permission for screening has not been given on their behalf.

Controversy also happened in Jamia
On the other hand, some student organizations in Jamia Millia Islamia had planned to screen the documentary, which created a controversy. Seeing the seriousness of the matter, a large number of police forces reached there and detained many students. The Jamia administration has advised the students to avoid controversies. Also made it clear that the screening of the documentary will not be allowed in the university under any circumstances.

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Stone pelting happened in JNU
On Tuesday, there was a ruckus in JNU regarding this documentary. During that time the electricity of the student union office was cut off. After this there was a lot of stone pelting. Due to this incident, the internet was also closed for a long time. After this, a large number of police personnel reached JNU and brought the situation under control. Aishe Ghosh, president of the JNU Students’ Union, had claimed that the administration had deliberately cut off the electricity, even though they were not doing anything wrong.

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BBC Documentary after jnu TISS mumbai student planning for screening

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