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Vivid News 24: Russia allegedly accused the BBC of “waging an information war” on numerous fronts, not only against Moscow but also against other international centers of power that adhere to autonomous policies, according to the news agency PTI. This accusation stems from the BBC’s Prime Minister Modi documentary.

The remarks were provided by Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry, in response to inquiries surrounding the disputed BBC broadcast on Friday. This happened following the broadcast of a divisive series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the BBC.

Our Indian allies have already addressed the issue, Zakharova said reporters in a statement. I want to call your attention to the fact that this is another illustration of the BBC’s multi-fronted information warfare, which it is fighting not only against Russia but also other major world power centers that are pursuing their own agendas.

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According to reports from PTI, she alleged that after a certain amount of time it became obvious that the BBC was engaged in conflict even with the British establishment, acting as a vehicle for some groups’ interests against those of others.

“It must be handled appropriately. The BBC, a dependent television and radio company that frequently disregards the fundamental standards of the journalism profession, “Added her. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak sided with Prime Minister Modi in response to the BBC programme, saying that he “didn’t agree with the image” of his Indian counterpart.

The Centre chose to forbid the contentious BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the riots in Gujarat in 2002, but this decision has been contested in court, and the Supreme Court has consented to hear the case. The top court decided today to list a PIL for hearing on February 6.

The controversial BBC documentary “India: The Modi Question” was the subject of several tweets and YouTube videos that were ordered to be removed by the Center on January 21.

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