BJP national president Amit Shah on Sunday attacked the ruling Communist Party in Kerala, saying that the maximum murders of RSS, BJP activists took place in Chief Minister P Vijayan‘s constituency.
While addressing ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ in Delhi, Shah said the communist party should be ashamed of the killings of 120 BJP-RSS party workers. He said: “communist are politically violent by nature.”
He said bodies of their party workers were chopped to pieces to instill fear but they aren't scared of sacrifice.
Communist Party should be ashamed, most murders took place in CM's area.Over 120 BJP-RSS workers killed since Communists came to power: Shah pic.twitter.com/NRQhdxQP5f— ANI (@ANI) October 8, 2017
Shah also slammed Human Rights activists who are not raising the issue. He said their move exposed them that how selective they are.
Human rights' champions ka selective virodh unko expose karta hai, kyu nahi vo laal bhaiyo ke khilaf mombatti lekar nikalte?: Amit Shah pic.twitter.com/C67pGOwODi— ANI (@ANI) October 8, 2017