Earlier in the year (2017) BJP President Amit Shah had launched a ‘Jan Suraksha Yatra’, a two-week programme to highlight the death of RSS workers in Kerala. Many BJP dignitaries (twelve Union Ministers and five Chief Ministers) participated in this. The one who made big news was Yogi Adityanath. The slogan of Amit Shah was that the CPM has been indulging in political violence, which has led to the death of RSS workers in Kannur-Kerala.
From last few years, around October 31, lot of statements from the BJP stable have started coming which eulogise Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This year (October 2017) was no exception as Modi said, “I am from the BJP and Sardar Patel was from Congress, but I still follow his ideology and beliefs, which belong to no party,”. The BJP, in the past, had even said Nehru didn't attend Patel's funeral. These attempts do have a set political agenda.
Earlier in the year (2017) BJP President Amit Shah had launched ‘Jan Suraksha Yatra’, a two-week program to highlight the death of RSS workers in Kerala. Many BJP dignitaries (twelve Union Ministers and five Chief ministers) participated in this. The one who made big news was Yogi Aditya Nath. The slogan of Amit Shah was that CPM has been indulging in political violence, which has led to the death of RSS workers in Kannur- Kerala.
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