British broadcaster BBC has come under fire over a two-part series titled “India: The Modi Question”. The series “demonstrates the tension between Prime Minister Modi and the country’s Muslim minority.
Rami Ranger, a member of the House of Lords, the upper house of the British Parliament, on Wednesday criticized the BBC’s new series attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused the BBC of biased reporting.
Lord Rami Ranger tweeted,”@BBCNews you have hurt over a billion Indians, this is an insult to the democratically elected @PMOIndia Indian Police & Indian Judiciary. We condemn the riots & loss of life and your biased reporting also condemn.”
British broadcaster BBC has come under fire over a two-part series titled “India: The Modi Question”.
The series “demonstrates tensions between India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the country’s Muslim minority and examines claims of his role in the 2002 Gujarat riots, in which more than a thousand people were killed.”
The BBC series will examine how Narendra Modi and his government’s attitude towards the Muslim population has been affected by persistent allegations and attacks on Muslims due to a series of policies implemented after Modi won re-election in 2019. have increased.
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