The Delhi police have imposed Part 144 of CrPC within the Arts School of the Delhi College after the scholars, NSUI members demanded to display screen the controversial BBC documentary, The Modi Query, on the campus. Delhi College college students and NSUI members had been detained by the police on Friday after they had been stopped from screening the controversial documentary on the Gujarat riots in 2002, information company ANI reported. The administration reportedly didn’t enable screening of the documentary contained in the campus and reportedly minimize the facility contained in the campus.
College students raised ‘azaadi’ slogans whereas watching the BBC documentary amid energy cuts.
On Friday, NSUI and different pupil outfits declared that they might display screen the controversial BBC documentary outdoors the Arts college on the North Campus of Delhi College.
The DU administration, nonetheless, acknowledged on Friday that the BBC documentary is not going to be permitted. The college’s proctor, Rajni Abbi, stated that permission to display screen the movie from the administration had not been sought.
No permission was sought from the college authorities, the proctor stated on Friday afternoon. “We have now acquired info that NSUI is planning to display screen this documentary on the Arts college… No permission has been hunted for it. We is not going to enable such behaviour,” he stated, including that the movie had been banned by the federal government.