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Amit Shah and Yogi Adiyanath’s Jan Raksha Kerala Yatra, ploy to hide NDA’s failure, says CPI-M

Amit Shah and Yogi Adiyanath’s Jan Raksha Kerala Yatra, ploy to hide NDA’s failure, says CPI-M
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Yogi Adityanath joined Amit Shah today for the Jan Raksha Yatra rally in Kannur to protest the recent murder spree of RSS-BJP workers, in the state. The first day of rally initiation was commenced by BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday. BJP intensified its attack against the Pinarayi Vijayan led government, by highlighting CPM’s alleged murder politics. While challenging CM Vijayan, Amit Shah said, the bloodstains of those 84 RSS-BJP workers in Kannur are on your clothes. Amit Shah criticized CM Vijayan with instances that lotus will bloom in that mud. He also criticized the human right activists for being selective in their criticism of violence.

Amit Shah said that the incumbent CPI-M led government incumbent party is responsible for the killings of more than 84 BJP-RSS workers in Kerala since 2001. He launched a march on Tuesday for people protection which is expected to culminate in Thiruvananthapuram on October 17.

On opposing front CPI-M party of Kerala overflowed twitter with tweets of criticism against BJP. The communist party claiming that BJP continues atrocities on Farmers in MP and the CPIM Kerala State secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said that the Yatra by Amit Shah is aimed at disrupting the peace and harmony in the state. He also added that Shah is to hide the failures of the central government and to create political trouble in Kerala.

However, nothing is clear about the killings of workers. And the communist party continues targetting BJP-RSS; said that they don’t listen to the farmers, workers, labourers and small traders.

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Pallavi Parmar

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