Waving with their mobile phones lit up and raised high in air, thousands of BJP workers and supporters showcased their enthusiastic support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kerala today amid the ongoing campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
PM Modi who was addressing a huge gathering at Kozhikode, hit out at "outdated communists" and "fake liberals" for their silence on the political violence in Kerala while assuring the BJP workers that their "struggles" won't go in vain.
PM Modi asserted that opposition will not be able to weaken the BJP.
The Prime Minister termed the Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the United Democratic Front (UDF) as "same in deeds" with difference in name only.
Calling Kerala "a land of peace and harmony," PM Modi said, "Insensitive Communists and Congress have brought a culture of political violence. Several patriotic RSS and BJP workers have been attacked and killed for serving the people."
Kerala will go to polls on April 23.
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