The Kerala Story
The Kerala Story Controversy: Directed by Sudipto Sen andstarrer film The Kerala Story It has been embroiled in controversies before its release. The story of 32,000 non-Muslim girls from Kerala converting to Islam and falling into the clutches of terrorist organizations like ISIS is shown in the film. However, an uproar has started regarding the figure of 32 thousand.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has tweeted. Along with this, he has shared a picture, in which it is written that prove the conversion of 32 thousand girls and going to Syria. Submit your proof. One crore rupees has been promised to the one who completes this challenge.
What did Shashi Tharoor say?
Shashi Tharoor has written, “For those who are raising the issue of 32,000 girls converting to Islam in Kerala, there is a big opportunity to prove their case and earn money. He has said whether he will accept this challenge or he does not have proof because it did not happen. Shashi Tharoor has given the hashtag ‘Not a Kerala story’ in the post.
Now there is an opportunity for all those hyping the alleged conversions of 32,000 women on Kerala to Islamism — to prove their case and make some money. Will they be up to the challenge or is there simply no proof because none exists?
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor)
When and where to submit the evidence?
According to this post by Shashi Tharoor, those who want to win a prize of one crore rupees by taking up the challenge can submit the evidence at the counter in every district of Kerala on May 4.
Time has also been mentioned in the poster released for this. On May 4, evidence will be collected from 11 am to 5 pm. The name of the Muslim Youth League Kerala State Committee is also on the poster. This challenge has been given by the Muslim Youth League itself.