BJP’s Adilabad unit organized special screening of movie ‘The Kerala Story’ for 250 girls students
Hyderabad: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has set its attractions on Telangana’s younger voters in an effort to consolidate its assist base in advance of the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections. The celebration has determined to display screen the film ‘The Kerala Story’ in Telangana.
Recently, the BJP’s Adilabad unit prepared a different screening of the film ‘The Kerala Story’ for 250 ladies college students at a nearby theater. The party’s cited cause at the back of the screening used to be to spotlight familiar problems in the country. However, it is believed that the BJP is the usage of this possibility to consolidate the Hindu vote bank in Telangana.
DC quoted birthday party sources announcing that the movie will be in addition screened in villages to elevate consciousness about the ‘Love Jihad’.
Adilabad BJP district president Payal Shankar has been quoted emphasizing that the film objectives to forestall Hindu ladies from falling into non secular traps with the aid of terrorists.
Controversy surrounding ‘The Kerala Story’
‘The Kerala Story’ landed into controversy when its trailer claimed that 32,000 girls had long gone lacking and joined the terrorist team ISIS. This declare ignited a heated political debate, with many leaders questioning the veracity of the statement.
In response to the backlash, the filmmakers withdrew the discern and referred to as the film the story of three girls from Kerala, in its trailer description.
Political magnitude for Telangana Assembly elections
Telangana Assembly elections are scheduled to be held at the quit of this yr for 119 constituency seats. In the preceding meeting elections, the essential contenders have been the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), Indian National Congress (INC), and the BJP.
The TRS, which is now BRS, gained the majority by way of securing 88 seats out of 119, appreciably growing its seat share with the aid of 25. The INC witnessed a minimize in seat share from 21 to 19, whilst the AIMIM managed to impervious seven seats. However, the BJP confronted a setback as it ought to solely invulnerable one seat, with Raja Singh rising as the sole winner from the Goshamahal Assembly constituency. The party’s seat share diminished from 5 to one.
By screening ‘The Kerala Story’ in Telangana, it appears that the BJP is trying to have an effect on younger voters and enhance its presence in the state.