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BBC a friend of Terror supporting Nation, its Documentary on PM Modi is disgusting

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BBC a friend of Terror supporting Nation, its Documentary on PM Modi is disgusting

India on Thursday denounced the disgusting BBC documentary series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and described it as a “propaganda piece” that is designed to push a discredited narrative.

Indians totally denounce the BBC trash and they need to be made aware that the popularity which they had enjoyed in India during Mark Tully days for reporting g the TRUTH has vanished since long. BBC is now just a cheap broadcaster known for producing manipulative news and articles.

Addressing a media briefing External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi said this documentary of BBC show, is based on some internal UK report, which shows the colonial mindset and their desire to continue playing their GREAT GAME.

” It is a propaganda piece designed to push a particular discredited narrative. The bias and the lack of objectivity and frankly continuing colonial mindset are blatantly visible,” Bagchi said in response to the question on the PM documentary series.

UK’s National broadcaster BBC aired a two-part series attacking PM Narendra Modi’s tenure as Gujarat Chief Minister during the Gujarat riots of 2002. The documentary sparked outrage and was removed from select platforms. This has turned the BBC into just a cheap broadcaster, whose offices needs to be banned from India.

Prominent Indian-origin UK citizens condemned the series. Prominent UK Citizen Lord Rami Ranger said the “BBC caused a great deal of hurt to over a billion Indians.”

The MEA spokesperson said the documentary is a reflection of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and individuals that are peddling this narrative again. He even raised questions on “the purpose of the exercise and the agenda behind it.”

“The documentary is a reflection of the agency and individuals that are peddling this narrative again. It makes us wonder about the purpose of the exercise and the agenda behind it; frankly, we do wish to dignify these efforts,” he added.

Referring to apparent remarks made by former UK Secretary Jack Straw in the documentary series, Bagchi said “He (Jack Straw) seems to be referring to some internal UK report. How do I have access to that? It’s a 20-year-old report. Why would we jump on it now? Just because Jack says it how do they lend it that much legitimacy.”

“I heard words like inquiry and investigations. There is a reason why we use the colonial mindset. We don’t use words loosely. What inquiry they were diplomats there…investigation, are they ruling the country? Bagchi asked.

BBC should instead focus on how to win the approval of Indians to make a truncated UK ( yes after the cessation of Occupied Scotland and Occupied Northern Ireland) the 31 of the Indian union!!!