MUMABAI – The biggest democratic country India banned a documentary BBC documentary about the brave ‘Daughter of India’ who died fighting after the horrific incident on 16th December, 2012.
Documentary was made on the incident in which six people convicted for brutally raping a 23-year-old woman on December 16, 2012. Millions have already seen the documentary, shot by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, and the viral spread is far from over.
YouTube complied with a BBC request and removed some videos of the film posted by users following its UK broadcast but this only seemed to have increased curiosity.
Videos kept cropping up with new titles. Some of the popular downloads were of Desh ki beti (English version), Nirbhaya, and the Rapist Speaks.
The government of India shot itself in the foot by banning the BBC documentary about the brave ‘Daughter of India’ who died fighting after the horrific incident on 16th December, 2012 because it creat more curiosity.
It was a shameful incident which provoked the Indian middle class and brought attention to the issue of women’s right internationally.
However, after the sentence to hang the killers, Nirbhaya’s parents still await for the final judgement which is still pending in the court.
Large number of people arrested just because of watching that documentary.
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