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    JP Nadda, the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), watched a movie called “The Kerala Story” on Sunday and thought it was “eye opening.” He said that there is a new kind of terrorism without weapons, which he called “poisonous terrorism.” This type of terrorism is shown in the movie and he believes that no nation or religion is associated with it.

    Nadda is in Karnataka to campaign for the BJP in the May 10 Assembly elections. He thinks that this is a worldwide story and needs to be followed. People will understand what kind of conspiracy is being hatched to make society hollow after watching this film.

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    Nadda attended the film with other BJP leaders, including the BJP unit president for Karnataka, union ministers, and MPs. The central plot of “The Kerala Story” is about a group of Keralan women who are forced to become Muslims and join ISIS. The movie opened in theaters on May 5 after the Kerala High Court declined to stop its distribution.

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