Recently a BBC documentary on the 2002 Gujarat riots was released. On which controversy had arisen all over India. The people sitting in the ruling party strongly opposed this documentary. At the same time, the opposition attacked the government regarding this documentary and said that the government is avoiding showing the truth to the people of the country. In fact, in this documentary, many serious allegations were made against the current Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2002, Narendra Modi. Because of which viewing of this documentary was banned.
But now a controversy has arisen regarding another BBC documentary. This time BBC has made this documentary about ‘Jihadi bride’. This is the same jihadi bride who joined Islamic State (ISIS) in the year 2015 when she was only 15 years old and studying in a school but she fled to UK and joined ISIS. After joining ISIS, she married the fighters there. This is the reason why she is known as ‘Jihadi bride’.
Actually Shamima’s parents are of Bangladeshi origin. Shamima Begum was stripped of her citizenship by the UK government in 2019 on grounds of national security after she joined IS. Meanwhile, the devastation of IS started in Syria. Shamima Begum, now 23, wants to return to Britain, but the government won’t allow it. His return to Britain is also pending in court. Now the BBC has aired a 90-minute documentary expressing sympathy for Shamima. The BBC documentary is said to have shown that Shamima was unhappy about her decision to go to Syria. People are worried about this.
People in Britain say that BBC wants to promote violence by making such a documentary in support of terrorism. People had protested on a large scale, this documentary of BBC has started protesting on a large scale. People also protested at the BBC office in London. Now people are saying that by canceling the subscription of BBC they will get it. People in Britain say that BBC has made such a documentary under a conspiracy. BBC is promoting the glamor of terrorism. She is projecting a terrorist as a hero.