BJP’s massive rally opposes killings in Kerala

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 Oct 2017 10:31:03


 

 

 


 

Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

A massive rally was taken out by Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday in the capital to oppose the killing of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh and Bharatiya Janata Party workers in Kerala. The rally which commenced from Motibagh culminated at Budhatalab while passing through Mahila Thana chowk, RMC HQs, Sapre School grounds and converted into a mega public meeting. Addressing the august gathering BJP State President said over 300 RSS and BJP workers have been killed in Kerala during recent times while over 1000 such workers are severely injured and undergoing treatment in various hospitals.

RSS and BJP workers are being targeted in Kerala, which showcases the laxity and oppressive policy of the state government there. Kaushik said already to spread the message that the every party has right to work freely in democratic system and suppressive attitude in Kerala will not be tolerated, BJP workers from Chhattisgarh led by BJYM State President Vijay Sharma have taken part in demonstration launched by National President Amit Shah in Kerala.

He said in Kerala violent campaigns have been launched by Communists against the RSS/BJP workers and right wing thinkers. The major reason behind the offensive is the increasing clout of RSS/BJP in Kerala populace. There is no area in Kerala where RSS doesn’t have its influence. Unable to digest the widespread acceptance of RSS and right wing activists, the Communists have gone berserk and have unleashed a realm of terror and violence.


The Kunnur city, which is the constituency of Kerala Chief Minister, has been witness to such incidents of violence. It can be gauged from the fact that over 300 RSS workers have been killed in last few years as a result of these violence activities. Similar activities have been launched in Kattaikonam and Haripadu areas as well. Another reason for unleashing of violence activities against RSS/right wing activists are the increasing influence of RSS among youths including Communists cadres. Whenever, CPM is in power, it uses official machineries also to suppress the RSS and right activists.


Kaushik said the RSS and BJP doesn’t believe in violence and walks on the path of integral humanism. The victims of such violence activities include men, women and children equally, which proves the failure of Communism.
The BJP and RSS is protesting the violence unleashed by Communist forces through democratic and lawful means by awakening the conscience of people with a hope that one-day such anti-national forces will be defeated.


Already the Communists have lost their foot hold in West Bengal while in Kerala their support is diminishing fast. BJP National President Amit Shah has taken a resolve to uproot such violent powers and establish democratic governments in Kerala. The efforts are bearing fruits and large numbers of youths have taken RSS and BJP memberships.


The rally which was led by Bharatiya Janata Party State President Dharamlal Kaushik, was participated by BJP National General Secretary Saroj Pandey, BJP State General Secretary (Organization) Pawan Sai, Agriculture Minister Brijmohan Agrawal, Revenue Minister Prem Prakash Pandey, Health Minister Ajay Chandrakar, PWD Minister Rajesh Munat, Women and Child Welfare Minister Ramsheela Sahu, Rampratap Singh, Sachidanand Upasne, Bernard Rodriguez, Shivratan Sharma, Srichand Sundrani, Naveen Markande, Santosh Upadhyay, Sunil Soni, Shyam Bais, Nande Sahu, Motilal Sahu, Changanlal Mundra, Salim Asharfi, Mirza Ejaz Baig, Kedarnath Gupta, Prabha Dubey, Channi Verma, Gulab Tikriha, Dr J P Sharma, Ashok Pandey, Anjay Shukla, Praful Vishwakarma, Dr Salim Raaz, Ramesh Singh Thakur, Manoj Prajapati, Satyam Duba, Hemendra Sahu, Jayanti Patel, Bajrang Khandelwal, Shyamsundar Agrawal and large number of party office-bearers and party workers were present on the occasion.