The Church has the freedom to screened ‘The Kerala story’ – Chandy Oommen

Chandy Oommen MLA reacting to the action of Idukki Diocese which screened Kerala Story. He said that the church has the freedom to display the story of Kerala. But Chandy Oommen responded that people know which one to accept.

The Idukki Diocese screened the controversial film a day before Doordarshan aired Kerala Story. The film was screened for the children of classes 10, 11 and 12. The diocese explained that the exhibition was part of a class on love. The Diocese also contends that Love jihad is a reality. The Media Commission of Idukki Diocese explained that the Kerala Story movie was screened as part of creating awareness about love and that love jihad still exists in Kerala.

Following this, Thamarassery Diocese and Thalassery Archdiocese have decided to screen the film. It has been decided to screen the film in KCYM units of Thamarassery Diocese. KCYM, the youth wing of the Syro-Malabar Sabha, appealed to watch the film. The controversial film will be screened from Saturday. Thamarassery KCYM alleged that terrorist recruitment is going on in Kerala. 300 Christian girls were converted. An organized movement is underway. The officials of KCYM say that they asked to screen the film to educate the children.