A controversial documentary about the 1984 attacks on The Golden Temple in Amritsar was aired on BBC One earlier. It was a story of this tumultuous year through the eyes of British born Sikh, Sonia Deol, who was only eleven when the Indian army stormed The Golden Temple.
All this week, readers of BizAsia.co.uk have expressed their views on the show with some angry at the way the BBC produced the programme. Some showed unhappiness at the angles the show took and some said that the BBC was biased towards a particular group. Some viewers praised the BBC to screen such an ���eye-opener� of a show.
What do you think, was the BBC right to show ‘1984: Sikh Story’ on mainstream terrestrial television and how well do you think the show was executed?