Shah will kick off the march from Payyannur in Kannur which is Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's home town, and it will wind through the state before ending in Thiruvananthapuram on October 17. "CPI (M) leader and Kerala chief minister Vijayan is directly responsible for all political murders in Kerala", Shah alleged. In Delhi The BJP is all set to unleash its full force in Kerala to counter the CPI (M) government, which it has accused of behind the killings of its workers.
Shah is here to launch a fortnight-long march, called Jan Raksha Yatra, by the party in the state to protest alleged political violence by the Left party.
Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah flaged off the Janaraksha Yatra being led by the party's State president Kummanam Rajashekhharan at Payyannur on Tuesday. "We will use democratic means to answer its violence", Javadekar said ahead of the Jan Raksha Yatra in Kerala.
"I am asking Chief Minister Vijayan who has killed BJP and RSS workers in Kerala". It is doing murder politics in its desperation and people, including from the CPI (M), are joining the BJP.
The BJP president arrived at Mangalore airport early this morning and reached the temple by road from Bakel, an official in the party's state media department said.
He said attacks against RSS and BJP workers have spiked whenever Communists assumed power in the state. "The CPM is desperate and on a killing spree". The arrival of Amit Shah and the excitement in the BJP camp are keeping the police on the toes as a small provocation can trigger political unrest in the district.
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