Despite ban, BBC documentary on December 16 gangrape uploaded on YouTube

A controversial BBC documentary featuring one of the December 16, 2012 gangrape convicts has been uploaded on video sharing website YouTube by an individual.

hidden March 05, 2015 13:00:32 IST
Despite ban, BBC documentary on December 16 gangrape uploaded on YouTube

New Delhi: A controversial BBC documentary featuring one of the December 16, 2012 gangrape convicts has been uploaded on video sharing website YouTube by an individual.

However, the BBC site says "BBC iPlayer TV programmes are available to play in the UK only".

Despite ban BBC documentary on December 16 gangrape uploaded on YouTube

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The home ministry on Wednesday said orders were obtained from court to restrain the broadcast of the documentary.

The documentary India's daughter by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin has kicked up a storm over the interview of one of the six men who raped the 23-year-old trainee physiotherapist on December 16, 2012 on board a moving bus in Delhi. She later died in a Singapore hospital where she had been airlifted for specialised treatment.

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