Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley meet PM, trigger buzz of major announcement

Jerome Frank
October 6, 2017

On the first day of Janaraksha Yatra, Shah had said the BJP would organise a campaign against the CPI-M at the national level.

The BJP national president alleged almost 120 BJP workers, 84 in Kannur alone, were killed in Kerala since 2001 with 14 of them in Chief Minister Vijayan's home town since he took the reins past year.

Chennai: As the BJP president Amit Shah failed to rejoin the "Janaraksha Yatra" on Thursday, the CPI (M) and the Congress described the saffron party's much-promoted Kerala road-campaign a "flop".

He said that the number of murders of BJP-RSS cadres proved that the killers were "being given protection". CPI (M) Kerala state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan called Shah a toothless lion.

Shah, leading the Yatra, seen as a menacing push to claim political space in the Left-ruled state, has already become a butt of jokes.

"He was discharged in the case by the Mumbai High Court but his sordid record as a minister, during which period many false encounters took place, has qualified him as a specialist in "encounter politics".

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Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan asked Yogi Adityanath to refrain from speaking on the basis of "false and fake" information provided by the state BJP leaders.

The Communist Party of India-Marxist added: "Amit Shah is the last person who should be accusing an elected Chief Minister of being responsible for murders".

After offering prayers, Shah proceeded to Payyannur to launch the 15-day march in the state against the alleged "red terrorism" unleashed by the Left party against BJP and Sangh parivar workers.

Shah had to skip Thursday's event due to several engagements, says BJP state chief Kummanam Rajasekharan. "If you try to threaten us, remember that we are always ready to take up such challenges", he said reacting to Yogi Adityanath's statements on Wednesday.

Further fuelling speculation of a major announcement was the fact that Shah had abruptly abandoned the BJP's Jan Suraksha Yatra in Kerala to return to Delhi.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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