Stone Pelting On JNU Students Watching BBC Documentary On PM Modi, 10 Points

Students marching to the police station to register a complaint after stone pelting on students watching BBC documentary, 10 things

After ‘blackout’, students watch documentary on their cellphones and laptops

New Delhi :
The plan of some students of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University to screen the controversial BBC documentary on PM Narendra Modi failed on Tuesday night. Internet and electricity were disconnected on the instructions of the JNU administration. Stones were pelted at students watching documentaries on cellphones and laptops.

Important information related to the case:

  1. In the case of stone pelting on students watching BBC documentary, students are marching to the police station to lodge a complaint. These students say that they want to return to their hostels but are scared of ABVP students. They want the Delhi Police to help them in returning to the hostel.

  2. Aishe Ghosh, president of the Left-backed Student Federation of India, has blamed the JNU administration for the blackout. He had said, “We will watch documentaries through mobiles using the QR code.” JNU administration was not available for response in this matter.

  3. The JNU administration refused to allow the screening of the documentary. The central government on Friday ordered blocking of tweets sharing the BBC documentary critical of PM Modi. The JNU administration had warned that disciplinary action would be taken if the documentary was shown.

  4. The students’ union had questioned the JNU administration that by showing the documentary, which rules of the university are they violating? The students union has said that they are not spoiling the communal harmony by showing this documentary.

  5. After the ‘blackout’, the students went to a cafeteria inside the campus, where they watched the documentary on their cellphones and laptops. Sources said that while he was watching the documentary, some stones were thrown at him from behind the bushes.

  6. After this, the students took out a march raising slogans against ABVP and BJP.

  7. Left party supporters caught two students. They claim that they belong to ABVP and were pelting stones.

  8. Earlier today, a group of students of Hyderabad University screened the documentary. The university administration has sought a report from the authorities in this matter.

  9. The central government on Friday ordered the blocking of tweets sharing a BBC documentary critical of PM Modi. The tweets through which the YouTube link of the BBC documentary was shared were also blocked.

  10. The Ministry of External Affairs had described this BBC documentary as part of such propaganda which reflects the colonial mindset.

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