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Amit Shah slams Pinarayi Vijayan, asks Kerala CM if he will take moral responsibility for ‘BJP/RSS killings’

Amit Shah asked Kerala CM Vijayan whether people had given him the mandate for eliminating BJP/RSS workers in the state.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 17, 2017 8:29 pm
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Mounting a scathing attack on Pinarayi Vijayan, BJP national president Amit Shah on Tuesday asked the Kerala Chief Minister if he was prepared to take moral responsibility for the “killing of 13 innocent BJP/RSS workers.”

“I am asking the Kerala chief minister, whether he is prepared to take moral responsiblity for the killing of 13 BJP/RSS workers in the state after the LDF government came to power,” Shah said, while addressing party workers at the Puthrikandam maidan in Thiruvananthapuram on the conclusion of the party’s 15-day ‘Jan Raksha’ Yatra in the state.

The BJP chief further called upon Vijayan to fight his party in terms of development and ideology, adding that the CPM was “mistaken” if they feel that BJP/RSS workers can be eliminated through violence even after 70 years of independence. “I will like to tell CPI(M) that it is not possible,” Shah said.

Shah then asked Vijayan whether people had given him the mandate for eliminating BJP/RSS workers in the state.

Earlier in the day, the BJP chief walked along with party cadres for about two km from the Martyr’s column at Palayam to Putharikandam maidan, near the famous Padmanabhaswamy temple. The main intention of the padayatra was to highlight the ‘Left’s atrocities’ in Kerala under the LDF government.

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Although Shah had kicked off the yatra Payyannur in Kannur on October 3, the BJP president skipped the march through Pinarayi, the chief minister’s home town, in Kannur district,  citing that he had to rush to Delhi for an important meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Earlier, Vijayan had taunted the BJP’s Jan Raksha Yatra, saying the month-long campaign’s results appeared to be negligible as the people of Kerala spoke against it in one voice. He also accused the BJP and the RSS of carrying out a “malicious campaign” to tarnish the image of the state and damage its tourism industry.

With PTI inputs

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  1. S
    sc
    Oct 18, 2017 at 8:09 am
    Saghi bro...Let Modi take the responsibility of thousands of Hindus and Mullins who killed during the Gujarat riot furst, then we think about this one. hole!!!
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    1. K
      Ken
      Oct 18, 2017 at 5:43 am
      Mota Bhai must first take responibility of many dozens Fake Encounters ordered by him though Police Officers. He even do not spare women like Kausar Bi and others whose body was cut into small pieces then burnt and thown into sea to destroy all evidence. Godhara Carnage was a Conspiracy to carry out Biggest Massacre/Mass Murder in Indian History in 2002 in Gujarat which ever surpassed Jalianwala Bagh Massacre by British General Dyre. Before Godhara Carnage the burning of train Bajaran Dal goons were intentionally beating up every muslims near Godhara Station and inside train. Muslim girls as part of provocation were molested. Muslim having shops and food and tea gumpti at Godhara station their food was eaten free and when they asked money they were badly thrashed. Then some criminals possibly from Muslim Area used to burn the train and go after all Muslims in whole Gujarat. This was just one part of Godhara conspiracy published in many western and Foreign news papers and shown on Media
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      1. R
        RS
        Oct 18, 2017 at 4:52 am
        Amit Shah has a legitimate concern as do all peace loving people about the killings of any person. But what Amit Shan needs to answer for first, before he asks anyone any questions is, that will Modi, and he himself take responsibility of the Gujrat Mass Murders of Muslims? Then he must answer the question about why his party and his party's government has taken no action against those Gau Rakshaks for killing innocent Muslims on the pretext that they were carrying or transporting beef or cows. Unless he is willing to answer these questions he should stuff a tennis ball in his mouth and tie his saffron duppatta round his face.
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        1. Indianin TN
          Oct 18, 2017 at 4:37 am
          If Modi takes moral responsibility for 2002 Gujarat. Amit shah takes moral responsibility for the murder cases in Gujarat and else. Then Yes.
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          1. L
            Love BJP
            Oct 18, 2017 at 4:36 am
            Polayaadi monae Amit Sha.....when you take moral responsibility for killing so many innocents all over India, CPI (M) will take moral responsibility. It is you who indulge in violence driven politics. Go wipe your first before you attempt to do it for Com. Vijayan. Lal m!!
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