1. Goa Governor P. S. Sreedharan Pillai has called the BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the 2002 Gujarat riots a “conspiracy” against India.2. The has criticised the documentary as lacking objectivity and reflecting a colonial mindset.
3. Governor Pillai said that character assassination of the Prime Minister amounts to an insult and malicious act against the country, and that there is some conspiracy against India behind it.
The article in question is about Go Governor P. S. Sreedharan Pillai's comments on a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the 2002 Gujarat riots, which he calls a "conspiracy" against India. The article to support this explore any counterarguments or present both sides of the story equally. Furthermore, it fails to mention any potential risks associated with such a statement or of speech in. Additionally while mentions that the Ministry of External Affairs has criticised the documentary objectivity and reflecting a colonial mindset, it does not provide any further details or evidence to back up this claim either.
In conclusion this to its lack of evidence for claims made, failure to explore counter sides omission risks associated with such statements being made by public figures in India.