Despite India’s ban BBC airs Delhi gangrape documentary
New Delhi : India on Tuesday clearly asked for a worldwide ban on a Delhi gangrape documentary shot by a leading TV channel BBC.
The show was put on hold soon after India’s calls but then BBC called to air the show at 10 PM (United Kingdom local time).
Delhi Police had already filed a FIR against the filmmaker and is likely to question him.
The issue was raised in both the housed in Parliament.
"Our government condemns the incident of December 16, 2012 in the strongest possible terms and will not allow any attempt by any individual, group or organisation to leverage such unfortunate incidents for commercial benefits," Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
He also made it clear that permission to shoot the documentary was granted in 2013 when Sushil Kumar Shinde was the home minister.
Rajnath Singh also said that he was hurt to hear about the documentary.