Kerala CM responsible for murders of BJP, RSS workers: Amit Shah

Casey Dawson
October 4, 2017

Rally was flagged off by BJP chief Amit Shah in political violence-marred Kannur district Tuesday, and will culminate in Thiruvananthapuram on 16 October.

The BJP leader said political violence shoots up in Kerala whenever the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) comes to power. What they fail to realise is with each attack, the BJP gains strength.

Shah said the march was a non-violent protest against the political killings.

According to the Newspaper, Shah have been postponed due to "unavoidable reasons".He said that Mr. Shah arrived at the Mangaluru International Airport at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday and proceeded to Kerala to participate in the Janaraksha Yatra at Payyanur.

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At least 84 of the 120 political murders occurred in Kannur - the Chief Minister's home town, the BJP chief said. Kerala is the land of great saints and social reformers such as Adi Shankara, Sreenarayana Guru and Chattambi Swamikal but it has been turned into a state of bloodshed with the rise of the Left, Shah alleged.

He added that the Communist party should introspect, as across the world, it is vanishing and also, the Congress is vanishing from the country. The Sangh Parivar has been speaking and behaving as if they have lost their senses, Kodiyeri said."Such statements will only serve to be an insult to a state and its people. Such people should speak of intolerance when BJP/RSS workers also lose their lives". "We are starting the march from Kannur because it is the Chief Minister's home district".

The attack happened around 9:30 pm when the BJP workers were decorating a part of the National Highway-66 for the 15- day march, which will be launched by BJP chief Amit Shah. The BJP chief met the family members of RSS-BJP workers killed in the political violence in the state and also inaugurated an exhibition organised in their memory.

"District BJP representatives showed much enthusiasm in welcoming Amit Shah at Mangaluru airport and the entire city was decorated to welcome the BJP president".

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