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New Delhi: Union Law Minister Kiran Rijiju has termed a documentary series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC as a smear campaign against Prime Minister Modi inside and outside India. Kiran Rijiju told the BBC that some people in India have not yet recovered from colonial addiction. They are reviewing the BBC above the Supreme Court of India. To please their bosses, they lower the reputation of the country to any extent.

Union Law Minister Kiran Rijiju said in a tweet that there is no better hope from the members of these splinter groups whose sole aim is to weaken the power of India. Rijiju said that the minority or let’s say every community in India is progressing positively.

He further said that India’s reputation cannot be tarnished by malicious campaigns carried out inside or outside India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s voice is the voice of 1.4 billion Indians. Earlier, RAW chief Sanjeev Tripathi had criticized the BBC over Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

RAW chief Sanjeev Tripathi has said that a BBC documentary on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is biased, fabricated and full of factual errors. He said that everyone should condemn this documentary. Sanjeev Tripathi said that in the BBC documentary on Prime Minister Modi, incidents of Gujarat riots and train burning in Godhra, which everyone is aware of, were mentioned.

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He also said that the Supreme Court had recently given Prime Minister Narendra Modi a clean chit in a related case.

Published by:Imtiaz Saqib

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