The BBC Documentary controversy was just on the edge to shut down when a new twist came about. Avanindra Pandey, the friend of Jyoti who was in the bus when the devils made Jyoti their victim by raping her and brutally killing her, has come up with an entirely different opinion as of the BBC documentary which results that it was just *FAKE*. (Now only God knows what’s the truth!)
Avanindra Pandey, the sole witness of the brutal assault in which Jyoti was victimised on December 16, 2012, has stated that the documentary based on the incident, by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, is fake.
“The documentary is unbalanced as the victim’s viewpoint is missing. The facts are hidden and the content is fake. Only Jyoti and I know what happened on that night and the documentary is far from truth,” he said.
He also said that the tutor of Jyoti, as shown in the documentary (Satendra) is most likely a false character. The man has never heard about him. Also, he said that Government’s decision of banning the documentary is absolutely correct, for Leslee took the case in a very insensitive manner.
“The documentary has dented country’s image and questioned law and order situation. The documentary showed that any individual can enter the Central Jail of our country and can interview a criminal,” Pandey says. He even suggested that there be a Censor Board for documentaries as well.
Also, he said that he was approached to be a part of this documentary but since he didn’t consider the motive of the film sensible, he rejected this offer.
What do you think now? Is Avanindra Pandey right or the critics?