After JNU, controversy over BBC documentary in Jamia, 4 students detained
After JNU, now the controversy started at Jamia University regarding Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a BBC documentary made on the Gujarat riots. However, the administration has already swung into action to prevent controversies like JNU.
The controversy over Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BBC documentary on the Gujarat riots continues to grow. After screening at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), now Jamia Millia Islamia University (JMIU) is preparing for its screening. Students of the Left-backed Students Federation of India (SFI) said they will screen the documentary 'India: The Modi Question' at 6 pm today. After this, the administration has come into action to stop the controversy like JNU.
According to media reports, there has been a high-voltage drama in Jamia Millia Islamia earlier, after which the police detained four students for allegedly creating a ruckus outside the campus. Along with this, it is also forbidden to stop and crowd outside the university.
Several personnel from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Rapid Action Force (RAF) and Delhi Police were deployed following the ruckus at Jamia University over the screening of BBC's documentary 'India: The Modi Question'. has gone.
The Jamia University administration has issued a notice saying that students are prohibited from any kind of meeting and gathering. Students will have to take permission from the university administration for any kind of event, and only after that anything can be done. Along with this, the university administration has said that no film screening will be allowed. The University is taking measures to prevent people and organizations from trying to destroy the peaceful academic atmosphere.