Talking about the strange relationship between the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Muslims of India, BBC releases documentary that highlights what has been a second shadow to the Indian leader.
BBC in the documentary has narrated the points regarding minorities, especially Muslims, in India and while showcasing the riots, the documentary drags Narendra Modi into every situation that ever happened since 2001 when he was the chief minister of the state of Gujarat.
The documentary raises questions about Narendra Modi’s involvement in all of the cases involving Muslims and looks down upon his move towards celebrating Hinduism and Hindutva.
Narendra Modi was accused of his involvement in the 2002 Gujarat riots after the Godhra Train Burning incident, but he proved his innocence when the Supreme Court of India gave him a clean chit and denied of his involvement in the riots.
The BBC documentary dismisses this and starts talking about the riots, and while stating the Supreme Court verdict, it rubbished the non-involvement aspect of Narendra Modi and goes on to prove ‘How Modi was involved in the 2002 riots’ without mentioning the court verdict details in his favour and shreds of evidence available.
This vanishes the credibility of the documentary and makes it look like a propaganda piece and not an informative content to be used for any future work.
BBC releases documentary at a time when India is experiencing a change in the way Indians look at religion, and the documentary has also indirectly criticised Narendra Modi for working in the way of building temples and promoting Hinduism while showcasing the riots involving Muslims.
As suggested by many, “The BBC documentary creates a divide between Hindus and Muslims of India and is a propaganda piece to provoke anti-social thoughts in the minds of Indians and should be looked at with the same eye.”
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