Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju today described as a “waste of the Supreme Court’s precious time” petitions challenging the ban on a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the 2002 Gujarat riots. The Supreme Court will consider next week requests against a government order blocking the sharing of clips of the BBC series that questioned PM Modi’s leadership during the riots on his watch as Chief Minister of Gujarat.”This is how they waste the precious time of Hon’ble Supreme Court where thousands of common citizens are waiting and seeking dates for Justice,” tweeted Kiren Rijiju. The series, titled “India: The Modi Question”, has been dismissed as a biased “propaganda piece” by the government, which has blocked the sharing of any clips from it on social media.
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