The Fact India: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has demanded a ban on the film ‘The Kerala Story’. CM Vijayan has claimed that the conversion of 32,000 girls mentioned in the film is wrong. Vijayan has described the film as a product of the lie factory of the Sangh Parivar (RSS). Vijan says that this film has been made with the aim of spreading hatred against the state. The ruling CPI(M) and the opposition Congress have also demanded a ban on the film.
Christian group of Kerala ‘Christian Association and Alliance for Social Action’ (CASA) has supported the film ‘The Kerala Story’. He has said that this film tells the truth of love jihad, which has ruined many families in Kerala. Please tell that the film ‘The Kerala Story’ will be released on May 5. The trailer of this film has just been released. The trailer claims that 32,000 girls from Kerala converted to Islam and joined the terrorist organization ISIS.
The film depicts the story of four girls who were brainwashed, converted to Islam and sent to ISIS. The film stars actress Adah Sharma in the lead role. It is directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amritlal Shah. Kerala Chief Minister Vijayan said that the Sangh is trying to do politics of division in the country through films and stories. He is spreading lies without any facts and evidence. The biggest lie is the conversion of 32,000 women to ISIS. The Sangh Parivar wants to spread the poison of communalism by vitiating the atmosphere of religious harmony in Kerala.
CM Vijayan said that it is not right to take sides of those who want to create discrimination in the country through cinema. Freedom of expression is not a license to distribute falsehoods and people. People should beware of such false propaganda. We will take legal action against people doing anti-social activities. Congress, CPI(M) youth wing DYFI and Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) youth wing have demanded a ban on the screening of the film. Leader of Opposition in Kerala VD Satheesan has termed it as Sangh Parivar’s agenda to divide the society.