Amit Shah lambasts CPI-M, Kerala CM for murder politics

Amit Shah lambasts CPI-M, Kerala CM for murder politics

Amit Shah lambasts CPI-M, Kerala CM for murder politics

"As many as 120 BJP and RSS workers had been murdered in Kerala since 2001", an aggressive Shah said asking the CPI-M-led LDF government to let the people know who was responsible for the killings.

As many as 120 BJP workers have been killed in the state since 2001 with 14 of them in the Chief Minister's home town since he took over the reigns previous year, the BJP has alleged.

With the BJP launching the "Jan Raksha Yatra" against the "murder of party workers" in Kerala Tuesday, the party's Delhi unit is set to take out marches in the capital from Friday, and BJP national president Amit Shah is likely to be a part of one on October 8 (Sunday), BJP sources said. Janaraksha March campaigns against Marxist and Jihadi terrorism prevailing in Kerala, and also exposes the anti-national activities in the state. "We shall continue fighting through peaceful means and I assure BJP cadres that the lotus will certainly bloom in Kerala and the party will form government in the state", he said. Thirteen BJP workers have been brutally murdered in a short span of time.

He also called out to BJP workers to end the violence in the state.

Rally was flagged off by BJP chief Amit Shah in political violence-marred Kannur district Tuesday, and will culminate in Thiruvananthapuram on 16 October. "Communal politics will find no takers here", said CM Vijayan.

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This is the reason that the BJP is protesting against them but in a democratic way and the party also wants that the entire country should be made aware of the prevailing situation in Kerela.

"We are starting the march from Kannur because it is the Chief Minister's home district".

All party functionaries, leaders and ministers such as Smriti Irani, Anant Kumar, Rajavardhan Singh Rathore and Giriraj Singh will be leading the Yatra. Many in the BJP thus view it as a direct challenge to the CPI (M)'s most powerful leader.

Mr Shah will rejoin the yatra on October 5 at Pinarayi, the chief minister's home village which hosted the first official meeting of the Communist Party of India in 1939.

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