The government of India had banned the BBC documentary India’s Daughter, but the BBC decided to go ahead and telecast it ahead of its scheduled time. Now the documentary is all over YouTube, and given the uproar surrounding the documentary, it can be safely assumed many people have watched it.

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There are several links on YouTube where one can see the documentary and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have seen millions of shares.

And along with the telecast of the documentary comes a wave of reactions on Twitter, that has made #IndiasDaughter trend nationwide on the social networking site.

While mostly there is outrage over the remarks of the convict, Mukesh Singh, there are also many who have criticised the government trying to ban the documentary by Leslee Udwin. And there are others who have criticised the documentary for its content.

Here are some of the reactions:

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People express outrage on Twitter making #IndiasDaughter trend nationwide