It is ok in questioning the ban of the film on one of the rapists on grounds of transparency and freedom of speech.
But, who made the film and with what intent ? It is made by the BBC which is ridiculed as British bull shit by many. And the film was made by paying the Convicted rapist a huge money ( 40000 ) to say what is to be said for the film. Then how much money is paid to Government and its officials for getting permission to make the film would never be known.
And that means BBC made the film with latent intentions and the film is tailor made to suit the British version of Indian society. The film is aimed at depicting India and its society as backward and anti Woman. And of course it aims at depicting Indian men as cruel against women. But is it true that Indians are cruel and biased against their women ?
It is astonishing to know for any one that Indian men purchase Rs. 3,00,000 crore worth of gold every year to make ornaments and jewelry to adorn their women – sisters, daughters, and wives. Which society spends that much money for the happiness of women ?
And moreover Britain has no moral right to teach anything about rapes of women to Indians. More than 80,000 rapes are conducted by Britishers annually on their women, Britain is now having a population of 6.30 crores. Whereas, in India with a population of 127 crores, 15000 rapes cases are filed in Police stations. And most of the cases are false cases used by the women to chastise their recalcitrant men. So as the film is made by BBC of England which is prejudiced and takes antagonistic stand against everything on India the film must be banned.
the above article is written on 10.3.15 in response to the article in DailyO
" India's Daughter: You fools, why ban?When will we accept that it is the increasing rape culture which has gone viral?" by Rajiv dhavan.