With the BJP launching the ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ against the “murder of party workers” in Kerala Tuesday, the party’s Delhi unit is set to take out marches in the capital from Friday, and BJP national president Amit Shah is likely to be a part of one on October 8 (Sunday), BJP sources said.
“These marches will happen on all days that the Jan Raksha Yatra is being taken out in Kerala. On October 7, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari is expected to be part of the march in Kerala, while Shah will be a part of the rally in Delhi on October 8. These marches will be taken to the CPI(M) office and Kerala House. Each march will be attended by senior BJP members and union ministers,” a BJP source said.
Meanwhile, the Delhi unit of the party, in an official statement, said that Union Minister Jitendra Singh and party vice-president Shyam Jaju will be part of the Wednesday’s protest. “Through this yatra, the party will apprise people of the country about the inhuman acts of Leftists in Kerala. The RSS and BJP workers are being selectively murdered in Kerala. An atmosphere of terror is being created in order to finish the spirit of nationalism under a conspiracy. Serving the nation through constitutional ways is the democratic right of the BJP and RSS workers, and the murder of our workers under a conspiracy is also the murder of democracy,” alleged Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari.
Tiwari added that the party’s decision to act against the “killing of BJP and RSS workers in Kerala” was taken during the recently held National Executive meeting.