After JNU, now up to Jamia Millia Islamia, there has been a ruckus regarding the BBC documentary. Screening was to be done today at 6 pm by the student organizations of Jamia. But before that the students of Left student organizations have been taken into custody. At the same time, there was a lot of ruckus in JNU regarding the screening of this BBC documentary, which has been banned. Here we are telling you the latest updates of JNU.
There is an atmosphere of uproar in JNU after the uproar on the JNU campus till late night on Tuesday over the screening of the documentary. Here, ABVP, the student organization of BJP, has opened a front against the student organizations of the Left. Regarding the screening, ABVP alleges that the Left students had made complete preparations for the uproar. People from outside the campus were also called here. ABVP has released pictures of some people and alleged that most of them are outsiders but were present in the campus on Tuesday night.
Due to the ruckus, 4 students of Jamia were detained.
That ABVP activist Gaurav has also released the video who was caught by the Left students on the charge of stone pelting. In the video, Gaurav has accused the Left students of assaulting them. In fact, there was a ruckus in JNU over the midnight screening of a BBC documentary on the Gujarat riots. The matter reached the police station. It so happened that just before the screening of the film, there was a power cut in the campus and when the students started watching the documentary on their mobiles, someone pelted stones. Enraged by this, the students marched to the Basantkunj police station and demonstrated outside the police station.
However, according to the latest information, the police have not yet registered any FIR on the uproar and ruckus. Yes, the investigation is going on on the complaint. Meanwhile, preparations are on to show the BBC documentary at Presidency College, Kolkata. The first screening of the documentary will be done on January 27. On the other hand, politics is also intensifying regarding the BBC documentary on Gujarat riots. Anil Antony, son of veteran Congress leader AK Antony, has left all Congress posts. Anil Antony had opposed the documentary after which he alleged that he was receiving threats.
Meanwhile, four students have been detained outside the Jamia Millia Islamia campus for allegedly creating ruckus over the screening of a BBC documentary today: They have been detained by the Delhi Police. Here the gate is locked, the students say that they are waiting outside the gate, they are not being allowed inside. In a joint statement, students have said that we are not terrorists, Jamia Gate has been closed, students are not allowed to exit.