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BJP Kerala rally highlights: Yatra is mirror for CPM govt, says Yogi; Yechury says cycle of violence generated by RSS

BJP Jan Raksha Yatra in Kerala LIVE updates: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath attends second day of rally. Follow the latest updates from BJP's Kerala rally here.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 4, 2017 7:38 pm
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On the second day of BJP’s ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ in Kerala, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath joined the rally in Kannur to protest against the “murder of party workers”. The rally, that began on Tuesday, will pass through the state of Kerala before concluding at Thiruvananthapuram on October 17 where Amit Shah will address the rally. The rally will help BJP focus in the state which has been completely out of its reach thus far.

On Tuesday, the BJP intensified its attack against the Pinarayi Vijayan-led government with attacks on “ruling CPM’s murder politics.” Challenging CM Vijayan, Shah said the “bloodstains of those 84 RSS/BJP workers killed in Kannur are on your clothes.” He added: “Vijayanji, I want to tell you, no matter how much muck you are creating out of violence here, you should know that the lotus will bloom in that mud.” He also criticised “human rights activists” for being “selective” in their condemnation of violence.

Jan Raksha Yatra: Yogi Adityanath in Kerala highlights 

5.00 pm: Hitting back at BJP and RSS, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said the cycle of violence was started by the BJP the day assembly election results were announced in Kerala last year.

3.30 pm: Glimpses from the rally led by Yogi Adityanath in Kerala.

2.20 pm: “More than 20 murdered in CM’s district, it proves that the killers are being given protection,” Adityanath said.

2.00 pm: Meanwhile in Bhubaneswar, BJP workers protest against Kerala government and CPM over killings of BJP and RSS workers in Kerala.

12.30 pm: Aaj Kerala ke Kasargod par guard of honour diya gaya (Today, (I) received guard of honour in Kerala’s Kasargod),” Adityanath wrote on Twitter.

12.15 pm: Amit Shah was scheduled to preside over a meeting of Kerala state election committee and address a conference of intellectuals in TMA Pai Convention centre in Mangalore today. However,

12.00 pm: Meanwhile in New Delhi, BJP workers hold protest march to CPM office over killing of BJP and RSS workers in Kerala

11.45 am: On Tuesday, the CPI(M) took a dig at Adityanath saying he was welcome to visit Kerala Hospitals “to learn how to run Hospitals effectively!” Yogi Adityanath gets CPM invite: Visit Kerala hospitals

11.40 am: Speaking to media, Adityanath said, “This yatra is a mirror for communist governments in Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura. They should put an end to political killings.” He also said there is no place for violence in a democracy.

11.20 am: Around 2,000 policemen in Kannur for security management.

11.15 am: Yogi Adityanath joins BJP’s Jan Raksha Yatra rally in Kannur.

9.00 am: BJP workers in New Delhi will march to the CPI(M) headquarters in the capital every day until October 17, Shah said. He is also likely to be a part of one of the New Delhi marches on October 8.

8.50 am: At the end of the Tuesday’s march, Amit Shah addressed the cadres at Pilathara and said, “(Prime Minister) Narendra Modi has ended the politics casteism, dynasty and appeasement. And now you are going to end the communist politics of violence.”

8.40 am: BJP’s 15-day padayatra will span across 154 km, covering 11 districts of Kerala.

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    Tenchu
    Oct 5, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    Shameless Yechury does not want to even deny violence. Rather like Islamic terrorists he is saying CPI(M) are victims and their actions are justified because RSS attacked them first. same logic is used by Jihadis to justify September 11 and all other terror attacks. No wonder Communists and Islamists are best friends and brothers in arms.
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      Jayprakash
      Oct 5, 2017 at 5:26 am
      Children die in UP hospitals,people die in stampede in Mumbai, jawans die in terror attacks and Yogi is doing 'Janraksha' in Kerala.
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        Tenchu
        Oct 5, 2017 at 12:06 pm
        Dengue deaths in Kerala.Mass exodus of educated people to other places. Jihadi Silos and CPI will talk about all the issues in the world instead of getting it's own house in order first.
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        Atish Bakshi
        Oct 5, 2017 at 2:21 am
        They are taking the protest march in kerela and the opposition is taking full advantage of their march's every single day by exposing the misgovernance of Stinking chaddi gang. It is a boon and a great oppurtunity for the combined opposition to take a march on BJP and trample them. Baba Raam rahim's companion baba yogi ( that is what the opposition call him in Up and elswwhere) Aditya nath is enjoying his extended holidays in god's own country. Bechare U P ke bhaiya log...they voted him to work and not for taking out processions and protest march and enjoying the scenic beauty of kerela.People of kerela should realise this is the same guy along with a meat sha who r reaponsible for the beef ban in Up and many places. They are the face of mutton ban in our country. Remember the U P election's speech of a meat sha? Some exerpt from it ..." jab raat ko Bjp ka bahumat saaabit ho jayega toh rato raat wk addyadesh paarit karke UP ke sare slaughter house band kar diye jayenge. Same here?
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        1. Siddharth Shanker
          Oct 5, 2017 at 2:00 am
          Amit Shah has given a final clarion call to hindus of Kerla. Now choice is theirs whether to survive, perish or thrive.
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            Atish Bakshi
            Oct 5, 2017 at 1:52 am
            Why don't they take out the march to protest the death of 104 plus poor poor indian who died during demonitisation?How they can forget that those very poor poor people were merliclesly were put to stand in ques and their rich brigade and Bjp's big leaders were getting the money delivered at their door step? Why don' t they take out the protest march for the death of 100 plus children who died in U P hospitals? Poor children...their only crime was that they were not part of political party of stinking chaddi gang. Why don't they take out the protest march when the dalit's and muslims were beaten and killed in various places? Why do not they take out the march when thousands of farmers are commiting suicide? They won't dare do that coz their incompetence , misgovernance will get exposed. They won' t dare do that coz the only lives matter to them are of RSS workers and.their party workers. "Kyoun...? Aapka khoon, khoon hai...aur dusro ka khoon paani hai?
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            1. Nixon Augustin
              Oct 5, 2017 at 5:02 am
              Well said.
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