BBC Made Anti-India Documentary by Taking Money From Chinese Company Huawei

BBC documentary on modi

International Desk, Delhi Magazine: BBC has been accused of making an anti-India documentary by taking money from a Chinese company. Senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani told that Chinese company Huawei has given money to BBC to tarnish Modi’s image. Now BBC is furthering the Chinese agenda.

BBC has a long history of spreading disinformation against India. In 2021, the map of India without Jammu and Kashmir was released by BBC. Later he apologized to the Government of India and corrected the map.

The BBC released the first episode of The Modi Question, a biased documentary on the Gujarat riots, on YouTube on 17 January. It claimed the role of the then Chief Minister Modi in the 2002 riots in Gujarat. The second episode was to release on January 24. Even before this, the central government removed the first episode from YouTube.

The Government of India has termed the documentary as propaganda against Prime Minister Modi and the country. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said that we do not know what is the agenda behind the documentary, but it is not fair. This is propaganda against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Controversy is increasing all over the world regarding the BBC documentary on Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. While the Indian Ministry of External Affairs has also raised questions on this, HFB has now written a letter to the BBC and narrated the lies. HFB has said that it is dismayed by the ‘anti-Hindu bias’ of the BBC. In a letter to BBC News CEO Deborah Turnus, the HFB said, “The core of impartial reporting is missing from the content of India: The Modi Question. A large number of people from the Hindu community have contacted us saying that the BBC has aired the documentary It takes insensitivity to show.

Britain’s House of Lords member Dolar Amarshi Popat on Tuesday wrote to BBC Broadcasting House Director General Tim Davey, urging him to stop the telecast of the second part of the documentary on Prime Minister Modi. In the letter, Popat also advised the BBC to stop the broadcast of the biased documentary and to investigate the facts of the biased documentary to prevent further escalation of tensions between Hindus and Muslims in several UK cities.

Amid the furore over the controversial series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the BBC, a big statement by a UK MP has come to the fore. British MP Lord Karan Bilimoria has described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as “one of the most powerful men in the world”. Bilimoria said that India is the world’s leading growing economy.

Today India has the presidency of G20. Today India has a vision to become the second largest economy in the world with a GDP of USD 32 billion in the next 25 years. The Indian Express has left the station. It is now the fastest train in the world – the fastest growing major economy in the world. Bilimoria said that the UK should be India’s closest and most trusted friend and partner in the coming decades. “Lord Bilimoria during the debate on ‘The importance of the relationship between the United Kingdom and India’ said that India has now overtaken the UK as the world’s fifth largest economy.

Delhi Magazine Team

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