Lord Rami Ranger, a member of Britain’s House of Lords, reprimanded the BBC (BBC News), accusing it of one-sided negative reporting against PM Narendra Modi. Have planted He tweeted that ‘BBC News you have caused a lot of trouble to more than a billion Indians. This is an insult to the democratically elected Indian PM, Indian Police and Judiciary.
The MP has claimed that BBC has said in its series that there is tension between Indian PM Narendra Modi and India’s Muslim minority and claims of his role in 2002 riots have been shown in this series (BBC Series). While in office, Narendra Modi has been subject to frequent allegations regarding his government’s attitude towards India’s Muslim population. The series has implemented a series of controversial policies. It has been said that they will investigate how many decisions were taken to increase atrocities on Muslims after PM Modi won the 2019 elections, including “removing the special status given to Kashmir under Article 370”. and “citizenship law etc”.
Rami Ranger said that we condemn the 2002 riots and loss of life, but the way BBC has done biased reporting deserves condemnation. Let us tell you that BBC has started two series named India: The Modi Question, which are going on in a lot of controversies at the moment. The series depicts the tension between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Muslim minority.
Along with this, the claims of his role in the 2002 Gujarat riots have also been investigated. After this, now BBC is being trolled fiercely on social media. The BBC is being accused of biased reporting. Several people of Indian origin suggested to the BBC to run a series on the Bengal famine of 1943, which resulted in the death of nearly three lakh people due to malnutrition or disease.