DMA condemns wrong projection of female infanticide in 'Semkhor'

DMA condemns fallacious projection of feminine infanticide in ‘Semkhor’

HAFLONG: The Dimasa Moms’ Affiliation (DMA) has vehemently condemned the fallacious projection of feminine infanticide within the film ‘Semkhor’, hurting the feelings of the neighborhood only for profit of some, said a press observe issued by the president and basic secretary of Dimasa Moms’ Affiliation on Tuesday.

They said that false projection in regards to the Dimasa customized within the film ‘Semkhor’, referring to the current statements and evaluations shared on social media and different platforms in regards to the film the place the Dimasas of Semkhor village have been projected as training feminine infanticide following maternal loss of life throughout supply, was unlucky.

“The Dimasas have by no means had problems with such act of gender discrimination nor have they ever seen or learn in any historical past of the Dimasas. Fictional tales scripted for any film shouldn’t be propagated as factual practices of the Dimasa neighborhood or some other tribal neighborhood. Such propaganda is disgraceful and will diminish the honour of the indigenous tribe of the state of Assam,” they said.

“Furthermore, as revealed on social media and different platforms in regards to the individuals of Semkhor not welcoming developments comparable to training, well being and good communications of their village, was completely false,” they added.

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