BJP president Amit Shah inaugurated the Bharatiya Janta Party’s Jan Raksha Yathra in Payyannur where he trained his guns on the Left saying that political killings are common in both Kerala and Tripura, both states ruled by Left front.
BJP president Amit Shah arrived at Mangalore airport on October 3 where the state BJP leaders accompanied him.
Then the BJP chief visited the famous Rajarajeswara Temple and offered prayers in Taliparamba.
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.
The Jan Raksha Yathra (people's protection march) from Payyannur will travel through the state before culminating in Thiruvananthapuram on October 17.
Shah also questioned human rights organisations for not talking about and protesting against the political killings in Kerala.
“Whenever the Left Front comes to power the cycle of violence begins in Kerala. Over 120 BJP and RSS workers have been killed and Kerala. Over 80 of them have been killed in Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s constituency. He needs to answer to the public,” Shah said.
Several Union ministers will also participate in the march under the theme of "All have to live!! Against Jihadi-Red Terror."