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YouTube Pulls Down BBC Documentary On Modi

In a recent event YouTube pulled down BBC documentary on Narendra Modi. The Documentary is called ‘The Modi Question’

New Delhi: In a recent event YouTube pilled down a BBC documentary prepared On Narendra Modi. The documentary is called ‘The Modi Question.’

According to Birmingham Live, the documentary, which debuted on Tuesday, closely examines the Prime Minister’s life and charts his ascent to power.

The documentary provides a thorough analysis of his political career, including his time as Gujarat’s chief minister, which was damaged by the riots that shook the region in 2002 and resulted in up to 2,000 fatalities as a result of the wave of violence. Despite the fact that the state administration has not been charged by the courts, the then-Bharatiya Janata Party government of Gujarat received harsh criticism for how it handled the riots, which its detractors claimed amounted to involvement.

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Birmingham Live said, Modi is an important ally of the UK and the US and is considered a crucial counterweight to Chinese power in Southeast Asia.

On the contrary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has faced widespread criticism internally as well as abroad over what his opponents allege is the erosion of political rights in India states Birmingham Live.

According to The Guardian, another big question that remains is his stand on Hindu nationalism, despite which he continues to enjoy support in the country.

Lord Rami Ranger, a member of House of Lords of UK Parliament on Wednesday slammed BBC over new series attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While opposingly, several opponents of PM Narendra Modi ran a campaign on Thursday urging people to watch the documentary uploaded by a pirated YouTube account.

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