Letting the opposition parties have the lethal weapon against the ruling Modi government, the second part of BBC’s controversial documentary ‘India The Modi Question’ was released. The documentary was screened at 2:30 am Indian time.
The second part in which the plot is the events after Narendra Modi was re-elected as Prime Minister in 2019 has many things including the withdrawal of Kashmir’s special status. It also mentions the freezing of bank accounts of human rights organizations including amnesty international by the Modi government.
Meantime, the screening of BBC’s controversial documentary will continue in Kerala today. The LDF and the UDF has made the controversial documentary a political weapon and BJP stepping up to fight it has paved the way for a new uproar in Kerala.