The Real Face of India - BBC Documentary Banned

The documentary made by BBC, named “India’s Daughter,” portrays how Jyoti Singh was trodden and gang raped on a bus as it was driving around Indian Capital “Delhi” in 2012. She soon after died in a hospital in Singapore. Her male friend also was harshly beaten but stayed alive.

One of the accused, bus driver Ram Singh, allegedly hanged himself in his jail compartment. His brother, Mukesh Singh, and three other men, Vinay Sharma, Akshay Thakur and Pawan Gupta, were convicted of rape and murder and punished to death. One other accused, a young, was given the highest sentence of three years in a reform facility.

Subsequent the occurrence, the Indian government passed new sexual stabbing laws, together with one that set a mandatory bare minimum sentence of 20 years for gang rape.

A documentary portraying the assault, prepared by Leslee Udwin, was meant to be telecasted in India on March 8, International Women’s Day, but the Indian government held its release on March 4 for panic of inciting more aggression, officials said. The #BBC ended up broadcasting it that day in the UK.

The film also shows footage of the enormous street protests around India that ensued, along with dialogues with the victim’s parents, Badri and Asha.

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