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‘The Kerala Story’ – Filmmakers are all set to tell the story of thousands of young girls who went missing in the state

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Shocking revelations of thousands of absconding Kerala girls trafficked to ISIS war zones

New Delhi. After the massive success of ‘The Kashmir Files’, filmmakers are now all set to tell the story of thousands of young girls who went missing in the state. The film ‘The Kerala Story’ focuses on girls trafficked to ISIS war zones.

The trailer starts with the sentence “In Kerala, thousands of young girls went missing and never came back home in the last 12 years”.

It then goes on to show a speech by former Kerala chief minister V. S. Achuthanandan, even as another text saying that the Popular Front is trying to make Kerala a Muslim state just like the agenda of the banned organisation NDF. Their plan is to make Kerala a Muslim state in 20 years.

According to the trailer, the movie is based on the true stories of about 32,000 girls. The trailer also claims that thousands of girls have been trafficked to ISIS and other Islamic war zones in the last 10 years.

Sudipto Sen said statistics reveal that since 2009, nearly 32,000 girls from Kerala and Mangaluru, from Hindu and Christian families have been converted to Islam and most of them end up in Syria, Afghanistan or other such areas.

“The government is hardly contemplating any definitive action plan against such huge international conspiracies led by ISIS-influenced groups,” he claimed, according to media reports. Filmmaker Vipul Amrutlal Shah and writer-director Sudipto Sen have teamed up to tell what Shah calls a story of “human tragedy, one that will shake you to the core.

Courtesy – Indusscrolls

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