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Bar Association writes to Amit Shah, seeks probe into "international conspiracy" angle in BBC documentary

The All India Bar Association (AIBA) has demanded a 360-degree probe into the international conspiracy angle in the BBCs documentary India: The Modi Question while welcoming the Government of India's move to block YouTube channels and Twitter handles that spread a venomous documentary of the BBC.

This documentary should neither be seen as a one-off adverse media report or brushed aside as a superficial and half-baked attempt to undermine the stature of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his individual capacity, the AIBA said.Those who were waiting to write off India were stunned by this incredible handling of Covid waves by the Government of India, headed by Narendra Modi," Aggarwala said in his letter.Enjoying tremendous goodwill in both Russia and Ukraine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is tipped to achieve a breakthrough and achieve a peaceful resolution to the Russia-Ukraine conflict," the Bar Association said.Western nations do not have this leverage on both sides, and therefore they are determined to destabilise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts, as it would earn him the top spot in international diplomacy, noted AIBA.

This achievement under the able leadership of Narendra Modi too has riled many nations, AIBA said.The All India Bar Association (AIBA) has demanded a 360-degree probe into the "international conspiracy" angle in the BBCs documentary "India: The Modi Question" while welcoming the Government of India's move to block YouTube channels and Twitter handles that spread a venomous documentary of the BBC.

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