BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav on Friday said that in Kerala, the Bharatiya Janata Party has not been facing a good time and that party has lost many supporters. “For very long time our organisation have been facing violent and brutal politics of attacks, we’ve lost number of good karyakartas,” Madhav said. The political situation in the state is already tensed since the Pinarayi Vijayan-led government has taken charge in Kerala. The number of clashes between CPM workers and RSS workers has increased.
As the Left-led government is not taking any action, this has resulted in more violence flourishing between workers of both parties. Almost every week, there are attacks on party workers of both sides and the violence takes a toll on young lives. With the Left-led government failing to take any strong action and by its silence, there seems to be no end to the brutal cycle of violence that is spreading across Kerala.
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Earlier, in the ongoing tussle between the RSS and CPM in Kerala, three Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) activists were attacked at Elappulli in Palakkad district. Five unidentified men who came on motor bikes attacked the three activists- Rathish (30), Yousuf (31) and Sudheesh (28). The attack in Palakad happened few hours before the bomb attack on RSS office in Kallachi in Kozhikode district on Thursday. Police filed a complaint naming three BJP workers for attacking the two youths.
Yesterday, RSS leader from Ujjain Kundan Chandrawat announced a bounty of Rs 1 crore on Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s head and promised to “offer a garland of three lakh human skulls to Bharat Mata” in revenge. However, Vijayan said the remarks didn’t bother him: “I reject the threat with contempt.”