Enough has been said and written about the government’s ongoing attacks on media freedom and democracy but the latest offensive raises three noteworthy points.
The Union government ordered YouTube and Twitter to remove video links of the documentary, and university administrations in various varsities have been denying students permission to screen the film.
The second episode looks at the BJP government’s relationship with the rise in lynchings, reading down of Article 370, CAA and communal violence in Delhi.
Because of the blackout and the fact that the university refused to grant permission for the screening, groups of students watched the episode on different laptops in the students' …
The video paints a gloomy picture of Turkey and a host of grievances: Murders of women, the destruction of the environment, cruelty to animals, nepotism and police violence.