Left-wing student group protests against special screening of ‘The Kerala Story’ at the JNU

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New Delhi – A special screening of the film ‘The Kerala Story’ was organised by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Leftist organisation called the ‘Students Federation of India (SFI)’ tried to oppose the screening. SFI said, ‘We condemn and protest this screening. This film is a stigma on secularism. The film is an RSS’ agenda.

The Supreme Court has already dismissed petitions requesting a ban on the film. The Court has also refused an immediate hearing in the matter.

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) gives ‘A’ certificate to the film

CBFC has issued ‘A’ certificate to ‘The Kerala Story’, which means only 18+ years old people can watch the movie. CBFC has also suggested changes in certain scenes, such as a scene where a Muslim person makes statements insulting Hindu Deities. The word ‘Indian’ has been removed from a sentence about the hypocrisy of Indian communists.

Kerala’s Ex-CM Achuthanandan had predicted that Kerala would become an Islamic state. This part has been removed from the film. The ‘A’ certificate was awarded after changing 10 scenes from the movie.

Editorial Viewpoint

Leftists who are known to hate Hindus and love Jihadis, would of course oppose such films. Hindu organisations should run a campaign to ban such political parties and associated organisations in the country.

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