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Killings in Kerala: Shah leads protest march to CPM HQ

Alleging that the political killings in Kerala were being carried out at the behest of chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Shah said, "Since the CPM (Communist Party of IndiaMarxist) government came to..

'BJP workers killed to prevent our expansion'

BJP President Amit Shah attributed the "political killings" of BJP-RSS workers in Kerala on the CPI(M)'s objective to "instil fear" among the people and prevent his party from expanding in the..
Deccan Herald

Over 120 BJP-RSS workers killed in Kerala: Shah


BJP leaders take out protest march in Capital

Union ministers Jitendra Singh and Vijay Goel along with other BJP leaders on Wednesday staged a protest march against the CPM's alleged targeting of party workers in Kerala. Earlier on, BJP..

Yogi Adityanath slams Red violence in Kerala

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath led a rally in Kerala on Wednesday to campaign against the killings of its workers. Adityanath was joined by Kerala BJP chief Kummanam Rajashekharan in the..

BJP diverting attention from Centre's performance: Yechury

Hitting back at the BJP over the issue of political killings in Kerala, the CPI(M) today alleged that it was using violence and communal hatred to divert public attention from what the Left party..
Deccan Herald

Left's nature to grab power at gunpoint,says Adityanath in Kerala

The BJP today deployed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Kerala to rally public support for its campaign against the ruling CPI(M) over the political killings of saffron workers, with the..
Deccan Herald

Delhi BJP takes out 'padyatra' against political violence in Kerala

Union ministers Jitendra Singh and Vijay Goel along with other BJP leaders marched here today to protest the CPI(M)s alleged targeting of party workers in Kerala. BJP president Amit Shah had..
Deccan Herald

No scope for political violence in democracy: Yogi Adityanath in Kerala

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath marched here today to voice his protest against the CPI(M) allegedly targeting BJP workers in the state and said there was no scope for political violence..
Deccan Herald

Blood on your hands: Amit Shah to Kerala CM

“The bloodstains of more than 120 BJP and RSS workers killed in political violence in Kerala are on your (Vijayan’s) clothes. You are directly responsible for killing of CPM’s opponents,” Shah..

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan 'directly responsible' for murders of BJP, RSS workers, says Amit Shah

BJP chief Amit Shah on Tuesday kicked off a 'padyatra' (march) in Kerala against the ruling CPM's 'violence' in the state. Shah blamed Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for the political killings in..

Shah announces 'padyatra' against CPI(M) violence in all state capitals

BJP chief Amit Shah today announced a two-week padyatra, against the CPI(M) targeting his partys workers, in all state capitals from tomorrow. Addressing a rally in the CPI(M) bastion, also the..
Deccan Herald

Exit polls: BJP leading in UP, U'khand; Congress to win Punjab

The BJP is expected to emerge as the single largest party in Uttar Pradesh and win Uttarakhand, while the Congress is set to retake Punjab from the BJP-SAD alliance. Manipur and Goa are set to go to..
Deccan Herald

120 BJP councillors arrested outside Kejriwal's residence

The Delhi Police on Friday arrested over 120 BJP councillors from outside Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence, where they were staging a protest.
Oneindia Also reported by •Mid-DayIndia Today

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