10 students detained in Jamia after BBC documentary was announced

SFI had announced screening of BBC documentary at Jamia Millia Islamia…

New Delhi:

Police have detained three students of Delhi’s Jamia University for vitiating the atmosphere by announcing the screening of BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 7 other students who are protesting against going to take the students into custody have also been taken into custody by the police. This action has been taken on the complaint of the Chief Proctor. According to the police, the security of Jamia University has been tightened regarding the incident.

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Amidst the uproar, all the gates of Jamia University have been closed. Students are not being given entry inside them. Jamia students had said that they would show BBC’s documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’. But Jamia University refused them permission. However, the students are engaged in showing the documentary at Gate No.8 at 6 pm today. The university issued a notice to the students.

The notices issued by the Jamia administration were issued despite the BBC documentary being banned and blocked on MCRC lawns at Gate No.8 at 6 pm on Wednesday. Jamia University did not give permission regarding this.

After this, the security chalk in Jamia is tightened. Meetings and gatherings are not allowed in the lawns and at the gate. At the same time, strict disciplinary action has been said against the officials.

On behalf of the university administration, it has been said that it has come to the notice that some students belonging to a political organization (SFI) have circulated a poster regarding the screening of a counter documentary film in the university campus today. The University Administration has issued a memorandum/circular in the past and once again reiterates that no meeting/assembly of students or screening of any film will be allowed in the campus without the permission of the competent authority, failing which Strict disciplinary action will be taken against the student. The University is taking all possible measures to prevent people/organizations from vitiating the atmosphere of University activities.

During the 2002 clout, the government withheld the document during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tenure as chief minister of Gujarat, asking the Social Media Authority to remove it. Vishisht has criticized the move.

PM Modi’s government has termed the documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ as ‘Yogdanenda Peace’. He has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the Gujarat riots investigation. Last year, the Supreme Court rejected an appeal against his acquittal in a case related to the murders.

In 2002, a coach of a train carrying pilgrims caught fire in Godhra, Gujarat, killing 59 people. After this, more than 1,000 people were killed during three days of violence in the state. It is alleged that the government did not take adequate measures of deliberate intimidation to prevent the impasse that was about to start.

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