Modi condemned for blocking BBC documentary exposing him
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President of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Asaduddin Owaisi Monday joined hands with opposition bashing the government for blocking BBC documentary exposing Modi’s nationalist acts against Muslims.
Member of Hyderabad Parliament (MP) argued that the BBC documentary was blocked but the upcoming film on Gandhi and his assassin “Gandhi-Godse: Ek Yudh” which will be fictionally showing that Gandhi survived the attack and went to meet his assassin Nathuram Godse in the prison. Owaisi’s argument stated that the movie literally gives the assassin’s reasons of killing Gandhi and it should be banned.
At an event, Owaisi said that “You people have been seeing that discussions are being held on the BBC documentary on PM Modi, who was the chief minister when the Gujarat riots took place. The Modi government has blocked the documentary on the basis of a law which is linked to colonial era, Were you not the chief minister when the riots took place. Bilkis Bano was gang-raped. A Congress MP was killed.”
Hyderabad MP said that “A movie is being made on Godse, who killed Mahatma Gandhi... will India's PM ban the movie? I have myself seen it... the movie talks about why Gandhi was killed by him. So when the BBC shows something about PM Modi, it's problematic but there is a movie on man who killed Gandhi and . Narendra Modi is not bigger than Gandhi. Why this bias? Did their (BJP's) MP not praise him? What kind of India is being formed. On G20 posters, democracy is being endorsed... but YouTube bans are being implemented.”