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The Government of India banned a BBC report citing Narendra Modi’s involvement in the Gujarat riots, but on January 27, students of the University of Delhi published the above document. the plot is against the action of the government.

University of Delhi. (Image: Wikimedia)

New Delhi: Two students, including a Congress youth wing leader, have been banned by Delhi University (DU) for a year for trying to find a BBC broadcast on the Gujarat riots.

According to india.com, the students facing the ban have been identified as Lokesh Chugh, a PhD scholar from the Department of Anthropology and Ravinder from the Faculty of Law.

According to the announcement on March 10, students will not be allowed to participate in any exams this season.

PTI news agency quoted an official as saying that six other students were also given “less severe” punishment for their involvement in the incident on January 27. However, they were not the officials say what punishment has been given to these six students.

“We have banned two students and given severe punishment to six students. We have also called the parents of many students. More actions may be taken in the coming days.

The announcement said, ‘Participating in the investigation of the BBC’s media coverage is not under the control of Lokesh Chugh.’

The sentence read, ‘Based on the recommendations of the committee, in view of the above misconduct shown by Lokesh, the disciplinary authority has decided to impose the sentence of ban on him. from participating in any university or college or departmental examination or examination for a period of time. one year.’

It can be noted that in the BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’, it was told that Narendra Modi was directly found guilty of violence in the Gujarat inquiry (which was not published) by the British government.

Along with this, there was talk of tension between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Muslims of the country. It is also investigating information about his role in the mass communal violence in Gujarat in the months of February and March 2002, in which more than a thousand people died.

The second part of the two-part document talks about the violence against Muslims and the discriminatory laws brought by the Modi government at the Center when it came to power – especially after it was re-elected in 2019. .In this, Modi has been described as ‘very divisive’.

On January 21, the Narendra Modi-led BJP government ordered social media platforms Twitter and YouTube to block links to a document titled ‘India: The Modi Question’. Meanwhile, controversy arose over the publication of data on campuses in various states of the country.


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