Last Updated: January 19, 2023, 09:32 IST
UK’s House of Lords Member Lord Rami Ranger has condemned British broadcaster BBC for its two-part sequence attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In a tweet, Rami condemned BBC’s biased reporting on the two-part sequence ‘India: The Modi Question’. “@BBC You have caused a great deal of hurt to over a billion Indians; It insults a democratically elected @PMOIndia Indian Police & the Indian judiciary. We condemn the riots and loss of life & also condemn your biased reporting,” Rami tweeted.
He referred to as the programme in opposition to Modi “ill thought-out” and an insult to the “largest democracy” of the world.
The sequence description states: “A look at the tensions between Indian PM Narendra Modi and India’s Muslim minority, investigating claims about his role in 2002 riots that left over a thousand dead.”
Criticising BBC’s reporting, many Twitter customers advised the broadcaster to begin a sequence on the 1943 Bengal famine, which led to three million deaths as a consequence of malnutrition beneath then prime minister Winston Churchill.
Churchill, who was a part of the western conflict effort, ordered that meals be diverted to well-fed British troopers as an alternative of ravenous Indians.
One of the Twitter customers advised that BBC ought to begin ‘UK: The Churchill Question’. Another consumer informed BBC to give attention to UK, whose financial system is going through headwinds.
According to current stories by S&P Global and Morgan Stanley and different score companies, India will turn into world’s third largest financial system, overtaking Japan and Germany, by 2030. India had overtaken UK because the fifth largest financial system of the world.
PM Modi had earlier mentioned his authorities goals to take the nation to the checklist of prime three nations on the earth.
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