Bbc office in India New Delhi: After the raid on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in India, the reaction of the United States and the United Kingdom has come to light.
Britain, reacting to the raid on the BBC office in India, says that it is looking closely at the reports of the tax survey.
Bbc office in India: US State Department also came
On the other hand, the reaction of the US State Department on the Indian raid also came out in which they said that they are aware of the survey on the offices of the British broadcasting organization.
He said that he supports the importance of free media in the world, democracy has been strengthened in India only with free media.
It should be noted that the BBC has come under criticism for making a film about the real facts of the Muslim-killing riots under the BJP government in India, while the Indian office of the BBC was raided by income tax officials yesterday.
The Modi government is in a frenzy after the release of the film, after which the Modi government has launched a retaliatory action against the BBC.
According to media reports, Indian Income Tax officials, with the help of police, completely cordoned off the BBC’s New Delhi and Mumbai offices and did not allow anyone in or out.
The Income Tax staff overturned the office papers and their behavior was also aggressive, due to which the BBC employees were unable to perform their duties.
Why made a film on Muslim riots, BBC under criticism in India
According to international media reports, the Income Tax team along with a heavy police force searched the offices of the British news organization BBC in New Delhi and Mumbai.
Indian Income Tax officials, with the help of the police, completely cordoned off the BBC offices and did not allow anyone in or out.
Raid on BBC office in India
A BBC spokesman said it was cooperating fully with Income Tax officials who raided our offices.
It should be noted that a BBC film, ‘India: The Modi Question’, about the characters involved in the massacre of Muslims in Gujarat in 2002, was banned in India.
The BJP’s portrayal of Narendra Modi’s real face by the BBC incited fanatical Hindus against the film, who blocked the release of the film in India.