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Who is Anil Antony, son of Cong veteran who slammed BBC documentary on PM Modi

Anil Antony graduated in Industrial Engineering, from the College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram in 2007. Later, he completed his Master of Science (MS) in ‘Management Science and Engineering’ from Stanford University, US.

Anil K Antony, the son of Congress veteran AK Antony.(Anil K Antony/Twitter)
Published on Jan 25, 2023 03:33 PM IST
By | Edited by Aryan Prakash

Jairam Ramesh's 'tale of two sons of two CMs' in reply to Anil Antony's exit

Without taking names, Jairam Ramesh hinted at a comparison between Anil Antony and Chandy Oommen, hours after Antony resigned from all party posts following ‘threats' for his tweets against the BBC documentary on Narendra Modi.

Jairam Ramesh put out a veiled tweet taking a dig at Anil Antony, son of AK Antony, hours after he resigned from the party.
Published on Jan 25, 2023 02:53 PM IST

AK Antony’s son Anil Antony quits Congress after row over BBC documentary

The two-part BBC documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ on the 2002 Gujrat riots was criticised by several political leaders, including the ministry of external affairs which termed it a propaganda piece without objectivity and reflection of a colonial mindset.

His resignation comes shortly after he said that placing the views of the British broadcaster over Indian institutions would “undermine” the country’s sovereignty (Twitter/@anilkantony)
Updated on Jan 26, 2023 03:48 AM IST
ByAnish Yande

Tharoor says he hasn't spoken to Antony: ‘Can BBC series affect sovereignty?’

Shashi Tharoor said Anil Antony has not spoked to him about his decision of resignation. “He is capable of speaking for himself,” Shashi Tharoor said adding that he feels that the government ban on the BBC documentary is an overreaction.

Anil Antony, in his resignation letter, named Shashi Thaoor and thanked him. (PTI)
Published on Jan 25, 2023 12:26 PM IST

'Just like I had to resign…': BJP leader as Anil Antony quits Congress

Shehzad Poonawalla called ‘dear friend’ Anil Antony's exit from the Congress a ‘Deja Vu’ moment reliving how he was forced out of the party for questioning Rahul Gandhi's candidature for party president in 2017. “Rahul Gandhi and his chamchas do this to everyone," Shehzad said.

Shehzad Poonawalla said nothing has changed in the Congress since the time he was forced out of the party.
Published on Jan 25, 2023 11:28 AM IST
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