The JNU administration cut the electricity and internet connections of the student union offices to stop showing a BBC documentary

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(Delhi) The Jawaharlal Nehru administration (JNU) has cut off the electricity and internet connection of the student union offices to stop the screening of a controversial BBC documentary about PM Narendra Modi. Let me tell you, despite strict instructions from the JNU administration, a group of students would not budge from their stance to show the documentary. Where this step has been taken by the government.

The controversial documentary will be screened at JNU tonight

Did you know, the JNU Student Union wants to show a documentary made by the BBC about PM Modi at the university today which is Tuesday at 9pm. However, JNU officials did not allow it, JNU officials had instructed the student union that disciplinary action would be taken if the documentary was shown. In this regard, the student union questioned the JNU administration that by showing the documentary, which university regulations did they violate? The JNU Student Union, which was present at the screening of the documentary, admitted that it had not damaged the harmony of the people by showing the documentary.

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