BJP Chief Amit Shah leads 'Janaraksha Yatra'

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"You can not crush our ideology", Shah added.

The CPI (M) leader took a dig at BJP president Amit Shah, saying that he "ran away from Kerala and came back to Delhi as he had to save his son who is been accused of corruption".

The RSS had asked for an investigation into the killing of its workers in Kerala, especially Kannur, which has been a hotbed of RSS-CPM rivalry. The march was flagged of by Amit Shah from Kannur on October 3rd to protest against the alleged attack by Communist Party of India (Marxist) on its party workers in Kerala.

"Addressing party workers, Bihar BJP president Nityanand Rai said most incidents of killings of BJP workers in Kerala were reported from the home district of Chief Minister Pinnarayi Vijayan which hints at the patronage enjoyed by the attackers". Earlier, Shah walked with party workers for about two kilometres from the Martyr's Column at Palayam to Putharikandam maidan, near the famous Padmanabhaswamy temple.

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The padayatra was to highlight the "Left's atrocities" in Kerala under the LDF government.

Mr Vijayan also taunted the BJP's Jan Raksha Yatra, saying the results of the party's month-long campaign appeared to be negligible as the people of the state had spoken against it in one voice.

A host of BJP leaders, Union ministers and BJP chief ministers, including Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, had participated in the yatra at different stages. Adityanath wanted Kerala to learn from UP's record in healthcare and Goa chief minister Manohar Parikkar alleged that Kerala was being ruled by "rogues", triggering counter remarks from the CPI-M.

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