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SC notice to WB & TN govt for a ban & restrictions on ‘The Kerala Story’.

The Kerala Story in SC

Supreme Court issues notice to West Bengal govt for a ban on ‘The Kerala Story’ film: ‘Why should you not allow it?’ Tamil Nadu Govt also gets notice.  

Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | May 12, 2023::  The Supreme Court of India on Friday issued notices to the governments in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu over their ban and restrictions on the screening of the controversial film ‘The Kerala Story’. The Supreme Court also orders the West Bengal and Tamil Nadu governments to submit their replies to the plea by producers of “The Kerala Story” against the ban on its screening in their states with ‘malafide’ intentions.

Hearing the plea of makers of the movie, ‘The Kerala Story’ challenging the decision of the West Bengal government to ban the screening of the movie in the state, the top court asked why should the state ban the movie when it is being screened all over the country.

The Supreme Court also issued a notice to Tamil Nadu regarding the de facto ban on the movie in the state.

The Supreme Court said, “The movie is being exhibited all over the country, why should [the] West Bengal govt ban the movie, why should you not allow it to run?”

“The film is running in different parts of the country with similar demographic profiles. This has nothing to do with the cinematic value of the movie, it may be good or bad,” says Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud noted.

The Supreme Court has also asked the Tamil Nadu government to specify measures taken to provide security to theatres screening ‘The Kerala Story’.

On May 8, the West Bengal government banned the controversial movie, ‘The Kerala Story’ from being screened in the theatres. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ordered the immediate ban on the screening of ‘The Kerala Story’.

Mamata Banerjee called ‘The Kerala Story’ a “distorted” movie, “aimed at defaming the southern state”. “West Bengal govt has decided to ban the movie The Kerala Story. This is to avoid any incident of hatred and violence, and to maintain peace in the state,” ANI quoted Mamata Banerjee as saying.

“What is The Kashmir files? it is to humiliate one section. What is The Kerala story?… It is a distorted story,” WB CM said.

Sharia cause to ban The Kerala Story

But, everybody knows that WB CM Mamata Banerjee tried to hide the culpability of a  section of Bengal Muslims who believe in Jijadi fundamentalism to run a parallel Sharia indoctrination to their prey, and the majority of their people in the line of ‘The Kerala Story”.  Hence She banned the film to stop the other section of the public so that they can make aware and vigilant about it. Mamata Banerjee banned the film in a mode of blatant Muslim appeasement which is the key force of her vote bank politics.

The Film, ‘The Kerala Story’ delineates the ugly design for the recruitment of ISIS caders through the racket of Love Jihad connecting the reality in the southernmost state of India-Kerala.

Unfortunately. with the ban of ‘The Kerala Story’ in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee sided with the Terror activism and conspiracy of ISIS in this country and abandoned the grief and plight of Kerla Girls by the horrific Islamist perpetrators.

The autocratic direction of the WB Govt stopped the house full shows of ‘The Kerala Story’in some places and viewers were manhandled by the police as alleged.

__Inputs from Agencies.

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