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India-The Modi Ask: JNU asks college students to assassinate screening of BBC documentary on PM Modi

Reported By: DNA Web Team| Edited By: DNA Net Team |Source: DNA Net Desk |Updated: Jan 23, 2023, 08: 54 PM IST

India-The Modi Ask: JNU asks college students to assassinate screening of BBC documentary on PM Modi (file teach)

The Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) has requested a neighborhood of faculty students at the college to assassinate the screening of the controversial BBC Documentary on High Minister Narendra Modi. The screening of ‘India: The Modi Ask‘ became as soon as talked about to be organised by Jawaharlal Nehru College Students Union (JNUSU) on January 24 at 9 pm.

The administration has talked about no prior permission for this event has been taken from it, adding that such an unauthorized assignment would possibly well well well disturb the peace and solidarity of the College Campus. 

“It has reach to the inquire of the administration that a neighborhood of faculty students dangle within the title of JNUSU launched a pamphlet for screening a documentary/movie “India: The Modi Ask” scheduled for 24 January. 2023 at 9: 00 p.m. in Teflas. No prior permission for this event has been taken from the JNU Administration,” the JNU administration talked about in an announcement.

JNU asks to assassinate the screening of the documentary India The Modi Questionscheduled for 24th Jan by a neighborhood of faculty students mentioning that “such an unauthorised assignment would possibly well well well disturb peace  solidarity within the College.”. pic.twitter.com/yQwDah9xx7

— ANI (@ANI) January 23, 2023

“The concerned college students/folks are firmly told to assassinate the proposed programme correct now failing which a strict disciplinary action is at likelihood of be initiated as per the College rules,” it added.

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