Amit Shah declares Left Parties ‘Violent’

New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah on an expected note launched into a tirade against the CPI(M) rule in Kerala, saying Communists are “politically violent by nature”.

Amit Shah, who left his Kerala “Raksha Yatra” midway earlier this week, undertook a march to the Left party’s office in the national capital, urging his party workers to fight the “tyranny of the Left”.

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According to Shah, more than 120 RSS-BJP workers had been murdered in Kerala ever since the Communists came to power. Shah trained his guns on the Congress, too, saying just as Communists had finished around the world, the Congress was finished in India.

The BJP president took up the cudgels against the human rights activists, questioning why they weren’t protesting “political murders” in Kerala. “Their selective protest exposes them. Why don’t they carry out a candle march against their fellow Red comrades?”

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He attacked Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his failure to control political violence in his state. “He should be ashamed of himself. The maximum number of killings have occurred under his nose, within his own district.”