The BBC has produced a documentary titled ‘India: The Modi Question,’ and a clip from the first episode has gone viral. According to reports, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has ordered that the video be removed from YouTube and Twitter.
The Indian government has blocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s controversial video on YouTube and Twitter. Actually, the BBC produced a documentary titled India: The Modi Question, the first episode of which has gone viral.
According to reports, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has ordered that the video be removed from YouTube and Twitter. About 50 tweets have been sent in response to this video, and they have all been banned.
This order was issued under the emergency powers granted by IT Rules 2021. This documentary is based on the 2002 Gujarat riots. This viral video has been regarded as anti-Modi propaganda.
During a weekly media conference, Ministry of External Affairs spokeswoman Arindam Bagchi stated that the video’s prejudice and lack of impartiality, as well as the plainly ongoing colonial mindset, are clearly evident. By the way, for your knowledge, this BBC documentary has not yet been published in India.
According to the report, senior officials from the Ministries of Home and Information Broadcasting, as well as the Ministry of External Affairs, have evaluated the documentary and determined that it intends to undermine PM Modi’s authority and legitimacy, as well as the country’s Supreme Court.