Defying Centre’s ban, Congress screens BBC documentary on PM Narendra Modi in Kerala

Despite the Centre’s ban on the controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the 2002 Gujarat riots, Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) on Thursday screened the controversial series – “India: The Modi Question” – at the Shanghumugham beach for the general public. According to reports, the screening of the controversial documentary was first held at the KPCC headquarters for its staff and party workers.

KPCC general secretary G S Babu said, “We received a positive response to the screening from the general public. Lots of people turned up to see it.

In view of the positive response, we will show it across the State at various places.”KPCC showed the introduction portion of the first part of the documentary and the entire second part at the screening, he said.

The Kerala Congress leader further said the response indicates that people want to know what is there in the documentary and what it is all about. Various wings of Congress have already screened the first part of the documentary in several parts of the State.

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