BJP's 15-day march in Kerala to take on CPI(M)

Amit Shah launches the yatra

Amit Shah flags off yatra slams Congress

The padyatra, which will begin from Kannur's Payannur, the hometown of Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan, to highlight violence against RSS cadres, will wind through the state to end in Thirvananthapuram on October 17. BJP workers were victims of "political murders", he added. More than 120 BJP and RSS workers have been murdered in Kerala so far. Fourteen people were killed in Kannur since the CPI (M) came to power a year ago, the BJP said Monday.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and BJP leader Yogi Adityanath is scheduled to visit Kerala on Wednesday to take part in the Jana Raksha Yatra organised by his party in the state against alleged Leftist violence, media reported.

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Ahead of Shah's campaign in Kannur against alleged killing of party and RSS workers in Kerala; three BJP workers were allegedly attacked by Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI (M) workers in Kerala's Kasaragod district.

Mr. Shah inagurated the "padayatra" at a public function attended by a host of BJP leaders and leaders of National Democratic Alliance (NDA). The BJP President, who spent 30 minutes at the temple, offered a golden pot to the deity.

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Shah has launched a 15-day rally in Kerala to target the state's CPI (M) government with the BJP accusing the Left party of being on a "killing spree" against its party workers.

Several Union ministers will also participate in the march under the theme of "All have to live!" The arrival of Amit Shah and the excitement in the BJP camp are keeping the police on the toes as a small provocation can trigger political unrest in the district.

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