Amit Shah To Lead BJP's Jan Raksha Yatra In Delhi On Sunday

Amit Shah had asked all the state units to hold yatras in their respective states to oppose the 'Left party's politics of murder'.

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Amit Shah To Lead BJP's Jan Raksha Yatra In Delhi On Sunday

Amit Shah failed to turn up to lead the state-wide in Kerala yatra on Thursday. (File photo)


New Delhi:  To protest against the atrocities against and killings of RSS and BJP workers in Kerala, JP President Amit Shah will lead the Jan Raksha Yatra in New Delhi on Sunday.

Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari, vice-president and incharge of Delhi Shyam Jaju, party's national office bearers, lawmakers, MCD Leaders, and state office bearers will join the two km long Yatra from Connaught Place to the office of the Communist Party of India-Marxist.

"The BJP workers will assemble in the Central Park of Connaught Place and will march to the central office of Communist Party of India-Marxist at Gole Market," said convener of the Yatra Rajesh Bhatia.

Mr Shah, who on Tuesday launched the state-wide "March for People's Protection" from Payyannur in Kannur, has held Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan responsible for the political murders of BJP and RSS workers in the state.

He had also asked all the state units to hold yatras in their respective states to oppose the "Left party's politics of murder".

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday joined the state-wide "Jana Raksha Yatra" being undertaken by Kerala BJP President Kummanem Rajasekheran. 

Mr Shah, however, failed to turn up to lead the state-wide yatra on Thursday.

The march, a show of strength by the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is to highlight the political violence of the CPI-M against their cadres. The 15 day yatra will cover 11 districts before reaching Thiruvananthapuram on October 17.


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