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Leslee Udwin Denies Claims of Breaking Contract with Tihar Jail

According to the film-maker, she has not broke any contract with Tihar Jail by airing the documentary on BBC saying that the request for global ban has no legal or practical basis.

Published: 06th March 2015 02:56 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th March 2015 03:14 PM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI:The BBC film-maker Leslee Udwin denied all claims on documenting India’s Daughter by New Delhi . According to the film-maker, she has not broke any contract with Tihar Jail by airing the documentary on BBC saying that the request for global ban has no legal or practical basis.

According to the documentary, the rapist does not show any sign of guilt or remorse for raping and murdering the victim of Delhi-Gang rape. Moreover the rapist said, the girl would have survived if she had not fought. He further added bluntly that giving them death sentence will encourage rapists to kill the victim for their own safety.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has promised a thorough inquiry into the mater that how the film-maker was given access to take an interview of the rapist and threatened to take action action against BBC for airing the documentary film.

Also Read: What Ban? Nirbhaya Documentary Video Accessible Easily on Internet



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