BJP MP and senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani has made a big claim regarding the controversial BBC documentary. Rajya Sabha MP Jethmalani has accused the BBC of making an anti-India documentary by taking money from a Chinese company. He tweeted a report by ‘spectator.co.uk’ on Tuesday (January 31, 2023) and said, “Why is BBC so anti-India? Because it is a tool to spread disinformation against India and push its agenda ” Using a Chinese company.” Uses Huawei. Desperately in need of money (BBC fellow traveler, com.jairam?)
Jethmalani termed the controversy as a ‘cash-for-publicity deal’ and called for the BBC to be put up for sale. Huawei, the Chinese technology company named by late advocate Ram Jethmalani’s son Mahesh Jethmalani, has already been under fire for security challenges in its tweets.
Jethmalani termed the controversy as a ‘cash-for-publicity deal’ and called for the sale of the BBC. Not only this, Advocate had told in his second tweet that BBC has a long history of spreading disinformation against India.
Here is news of #BBCs complete fall from grace:
it has invested at least £150 million from the pension fund of 47000 employees in Chinese state-owned Cos accused of links to human rights violations.This renders it a Chinese vassal & a mouthpiece of Chinahttps://t.co/kVSmYGKRWM
— Mahesh Jethmalani (@JethmalaniM) February 2, 2023
He said that in the year 2021, BBC had released the map of India without Jammu and Kashmir. Later he apologized to the Government of India for this and rectified the map. This controversial documentary made against PM Modi is also a part of his propaganda.
It is worth mentioning that in a controversial two-part documentary series titled ‘India: The Modi Question’, the BBC has attacked PM Modi’s tenure regarding the Gujarat riots. In this regard, recently the Central Government had issued an order to remove the link related to the documentary from Twitter and YouTube.
According to a report, more than 50 tweets containing the link to the YouTube video were blocked. The Ministry of External Affairs termed this documentary as an attempt to spread propaganda against India.