‘To accept censorship…’, Mahua Moitra shares controversial BBC documentary

Mahua Moitra BBC Shared Controversial Documentary: Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The central government has removed the documentary from YouTube and Twitter, calling it a ‘propaganda piece’. At the same time, its link is still present in many places. TMC MP Mahua Moitra has targeted PM Modi by sharing the archive link of the controversial documentary. 

TMC MP tweeted saying, "Sorry, were not elected to represent the world’s largest democracy to accept censorship." Along with this, he said that the link has been shared. he adds, "Here is the link, you can visit it. However buffering takes a while."


Sorry, Haven’t been elected to represent world’s largest democracy to accept censorship.

Here’s the link. Watch it while you can.

(Takes a while to buffer though) https://t.co/nZdfh9ekm1

— Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) January 22, 2023

Outrage over the banning of the documentary


Govt on war footing to ensure no one in India can watch a mere @BBC show.

Shame that the emperor & courtiers of the world’s largest democracy are so insecure.

— Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) January 21, 2023

What did the controversial documentary JDU say?

JDU’s national spokesperson KC Tyagi has also supported this documentary. He claimed that there were facts in this documentary and no one should have any problem with it. They said, "We are supporters of freedom of the press. Many people died in the 2002 riots. If any fact is coming to the fore in this regard, then no one should object to it."

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