Students In Several Universities Protest As screening of BBC Series On PM Stopped

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  • Published On: January 27, 2023
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Two days after Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University dramatically cut off power and electricity to the campus to prevent students from screening the controversial BBC series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, students from two other top universities in the national capital -- Delhi University (DU) and Ambedkar University -- have faced similar treatment from the university administration and the police. Large gatherings have been banned outside DU's Arts Faculty, where a screening was planned, and authorities have disconnected power supply in Ambedkar University to stop another planned screening. A group of students raised slogans and protested at both the universities; several were detained by the police. In Kolkata, protests were staged by SFI students. The screening was also done in Madras University. 

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