Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]13 February (ANI): Describing the government’s move to impose restrictions on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BBC documentary as one of the “stench of intolerance”, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao urged the BJP-led government to I weighed it down and asked: Would such an action bring good publicity to the country?” KCR said, “What would the world think of us? Will you?” he said in parliament on Sunday.
He said, “The BBC is a world-famous English channel. They made a documentary based on the incident in Godra, Gujarat. It was banned.” Is this arrogance?Is the BBC a law enforcement agency or a local news outlet that fears PM Modi?””Where will their arrogance go? What good will it do for our country?” KCR asked.
KCR appealed to “those who love democracy and wish for social development.”
Without mentioning the incident or naming anyone, the KCR said, “When you run such a big country and government, there can be slips. You have to accept that. I’m sorry.
“Unlike that, the BJP banned the BBC documentary. shows.
“What are these words? Is this democracy? This is not true,” KCR asked.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Friday ruled out activities from the Indian territory entirely after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and BBC India aired a documentary titled ‘India: the Modi issue’ related to the 2002 war. rejected PIL asking to ban it. Gujarat riots.
A two-part series on the British BBC that attacked Modi’s tenure as Chief Minister of Gujarat during the 2002 Gujarat riots sparked outrage and was removed from some platforms.
On January 21, the center issued instructions to block several YouTube videos and Twitter posts sharing links to the controversial BBC documentary. (Ani)
http://www.unitedkingdomnews.net/news/273517983/intolerant-kcr-hits-out-at-centre-for-banning-bbc-documentary ‘Intolerance…’ KCR slams center for banning BBC documentary