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New Delhi: Controversy first started in JNU regarding the BBC documentary and the very next day there was a lot of uproar in Jamia University as well. Amidst the uproar, it has been cleared by the Jamia administration that the screening of the documentary will not be allowed. Meanwhile, the Left-backed student organization Students Federation of India (SFI) claimed in the evening that the Delhi Police has detained over 70 students after announcing the screening of a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. had gathered at Jamia Millia Islamia to protest against the seizure. Earlier, a poster was issued by SFI according to which the documentary was to be screened at SCRC lawn gate number 8 in Jamia at 6 pm.

Delhi Police said that seven students have been detained. The university administration said that screening will not be allowed and they are taking all possible steps to prevent organizations from disturbing the peaceful atmosphere of the university. In view of the students gathered outside the campus, a large number of policemen have been deployed. Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel have also been deployed at the gate.

The police took the protesters into custody. We were about to start the protest, but before that the students were taken into custody. He was taken to the police station. Delhi Police has detained more than 70 such students.

Pritish Menon, SFI, Delhi Committee Secretary

In Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University too, there was a lot of ruckus on Tuesday regarding the documentary. The organizing students in JNU claimed that during this time power supply and internet were stopped and they were pelted with stones. The insistence of the BBC to screen the documentary despite a ban by the central government and denial of permission by the JNU administration led to an overnight ruckus on the JNU campus. There was ruckus from inside to outside.

We don’t want any disturbance in the campus. We want to maintain peace in the university. Students are studying and giving exams. A small wing like SFI is protesting. We do not accept such conduct. Their motive is to disturb the peace and harmony in the campus. I will not allow such behavior at any cost.

Najma Akhtar, Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia

Jamia Millia Islamia Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar on Wednesday, when asked whether any action will be taken against the protesting students, said that she will seek a report in this regard and if necessary action will be taken against the students. The university administration said that no permission has been given for the screening of the documentary and we will not allow it to happen.
(with agency inputs)

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