Jimikki Kammal had become the theme of Kerala and Malayalees everywhere in 2017. However, nobody thought three hijab-clad girls dancing to the peppy number will be massively trolled bringing in the communal angle. While, a lot of social media users came out in support of the girls, bashing the orthodox mindset of people commenting hiding behind the carpet of anonymity, the trolling did not stop. The college students were dancing to Jimikki Kammal in a flash mob organised by the medical department on World Aids Day (December 1). Now, the Student Federation of India is replying to the trolls in the best way possible, with more dances. Students activists across Kerala are supporting the girls by dancing to different songs and uploading the videos on social media as befitting replies to the insensitive tweets.Also Read - Karnataka Asks Students, Employees In Kerala To Defer Their Return To State Till October End | Details Here

Hijab-Clad Girls In Kerala Dance to Entammede Jimikki Kammal for AIDS Awareness; Accused of Disrespecting Religion in Viral Video

Hijab-Clad Girls In Kerala Dance to Entammede Jimikki Kammal for AIDS Awareness; Accused of Disrespecting Religion in Viral Video

Following the insensitive trolling, registering a suo motu case, Kerala Women’s Commission directed the cyber wing of the police to book those who attacked the girls with “filthy comments and lewd remarks” on the social media. The girls were from  Educare Dental College in Muslim-dominated Malappuram in Kerala. The college has not disclosed the identity of the girls. Also Read - Gujarat College Students Develop Motorbike That Runs on Both Petrol & Electricity

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A Malayalam radio jockey in Doha who applauded the girls in his programme was forced to apologise after he received “alarming threats” The Kerala Women’s Commission had also asked the police to take action against trolls. With the new performances, many have again come out in support of the students. Lyricists and poet Javed Akhtar were among social media users to support the girls.