In another move the Ministry of Home Affairs has asked BBC, MEA, I&B Ministry and Department of IT to ensure that the documentary on December 16 gang-rape victim is not broadcast anywhere.

Home Ministry on Wednesday convened meeting of top officials including Delhi LG and Police on the issue of the December 16 gangrape documentary shoot.

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Tihar jail director general Alok Verma met Home Minister Rajnath Singh in connection with the BBC interview of a December 16, 2012 gang-rape convict, official sources said.



Official sources said during their ten minute meeting, Verma also conveyed to the Home Minister about various aspects of the jail manuals and the procedures of meeting an inmate by an outsider.

"He was not summoned as being being reported. He came and met the minister and other officials," the official said.
     
Earlier, the Home Minister made identical statements in both Houses of Parliament about circumstances leading to taking of the interview by a British film-maker and the action taken by the government to stop its telecast.

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The Home Minister said an investigation has been ordered on how the permission was granted to interview Mukesh in July 2013 and also to fix the responsibility.
    
In the interview, Mukesh, who was awarded death sentence for the brutal rape and murder of the 23-year-old girl, said the women who went out at night had only themselves to blame if they attracted the attention of gangs of male molesters.

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