BJP condemns attacks on Sangh Parivar members in Kerala

BJP condemns attacks on Sangh Parivar members in Kerala

Members of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and other like-minded organisations, under the banner of ‘Citizens for Democracy’ staged a protest against the recent attack on members of Sangh Parivar in Kerala , here on Wednesday.

Hundreds of people who gathered near Deputy Commissioner’s office, alleged that attack on right wing activists have been increased after Pinarayi Vijayan became Chief Minister of Kerala.

As many as 10 people have been killed in the last few months, they claimed.  Since 1969, as many as 300 workers were killed, and Vijayan is the prime accused in a murder case of RSS(Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh) activist Vadikkal Ramakrishnan. Though human rights violation is rampant in Kerala, no leftists are raising voice against it, they alleged.

‘Women assaulted’

Member of Parliament Pratap Simha said, as BJP is gaining strength in Kerala, people with communist mindset are threatening and attacking the activists. Vijayan’s government is directly supporting the attackers, he charged. He also alleged that more than 2,000 women were sexually assaulted in recent past.

Chikkamagaluru MLA C T Ravi alleged that violence is the greatest tool for communist activists and they have been trying to weaken democratic system since Independence. The political parties with communist ideologies are looting the country and promoting Islamic terrorism, he alleged.

RSS leader Ma Venkataramu, Member of Legislative Council C H Vijayshankar, leaders S A Ramdas, B P Manjunath, BJP city unit  president Dr Manjunath and others were present.

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