The College of Hyderabad has sought a report from its officers after a college students’ group screened a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the 2002 Gujarat riots.
The college Registrar Devesh Nigam in a press release mentioned the scholars’ group, which calls itself “Fraternity Motion”, screened the BBC movie “India: The Modi Query” at a purchasing advanced within the North Campus with out taking permission.
Regardless of being informed to cease the screening, the organisers continued to play the controversial documentary, which India has known as a “propaganda piece” that lacks objectivity and displays a colonial mindset. India has additionally blocked the documentary from being shared on-line.
“On receiving data, the safety crew and the Dean, College students’ Welfare, rushed to the venue and requested the organisers to cease the screening of the documentary. Nonetheless, the organisers didn’t accede to this request and continued the screening of the documentary in presence of few college students,” the Registrar mentioned within the assertion.
Mr Nigam mentioned the scholars violated college guidelines by not taking permission earlier than the screening. He mentioned no untoward incident occurred and the campus is “quiet and peaceable”.
“…Although the occasion handed off peacefully, the college has requested for the report on the occasion for taking additional vital motion,” the Registrar mentioned.
In Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU), the administration lower off electrical energy and web to the workplace of the scholars’ union as they’d deliberate to display screen the documentary tonight.
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