12 Mar 2023

Political War On The Resolution Passed In Gujarat Assembly Against BBC, Bhupesh Baghel Said – If The Documentary Is Wrong Then It Should Be Challenged

Raipur: Political rhetoric has also started regarding the controversial BBC documentary. Recently, the Gujarat Legislative Assembly has passed a resolution demanding strict action by the Centre against the BBC for making a documentary. 

After the resolution was passed in the assembly, politics has started on this. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that what will happen by passing the resolution, if the documentary is wrong then it should be challenged.

Allegations of tarnishing the image of India

In a resolution passed in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly, it was requested that the Central Government should take strict action against the BBC for tarnishing the image and popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by making a documentary on the 2002 riots in Gujarat. This resolution was passed in the assembly on 10 March.

BJP MLA Vipul Patel told the Gujarat Assembly that the events of 2002 were misrepresented in the two-part BBC documentary 'India: The Modi Question'. An attempt has been made to tarnish the image of India at the world level.

BBC is being intimidated - Bhupesh Baghel

Regarding the resolution passed against BBC in the Gujarat Assembly, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that if there is anything wrong in the documentary, it should be challenged. There are many other ways to take action. Without naming the BJP, CM Bhupesh said that you raided the BBC. Scared the BBC which is not correct. If the documentary is wrong then action needs to be taken. What will happen if the resolution is passed? 

BJP Congress came face to face

In fact, after the release of the BBC documentary, both Congress and BJP had come face to face. In February last month, the Income Tax officials had searched the offices of the British Broadcaster not only in New Delhi but also in Mumbai. This action was being linked to the documentary.

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