After the ongoing nationwide action against the Popular Front of India, the BJP has become an attacker on the Kerala government.
Regarding Kerala, BJP National President JP Nadda said that the state has become a center of terrorism. CPI (M) has strongly objected to this statement of JP Nadda.
Countering Nadda’s statement, a statement has been issued by Muraleedharan of the Central Committee Office of the CPI(M). Party General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has also tweeted this statement.
In his separate tweets, Yechury said that Kerala is being described as the center of terrorism by BJP President JP Nadda, these are completely false allegations.
Yechury further wrote that the fact that political violence in Kerala is taking place due to the killings and retaliatory killings by the RSS and PFI. In Alappuzha and Palakkad districts, four people have died in retaliatory attacks by workers of these two organizations.
BJP President, J. P. Nadda, has said Kerala is becoming a hotspot of terrorism. This false accusation cannot cover up the fact that political violence in Kerala is being perpetuated by killings and retaliatory killings indulged in by the RSS and Popular Front of India (PFI) (1/n)
— Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) September 27, 2022
Yechury alleged that such incidents were being done deliberately in Kerala to destroy communal harmony and create communal polarisation.
In his subsequent tweet, Yechury writes that it would be better for the BJP President to advise the RSS not to indulge in such provocative activities.
The LDF government has been taking strict action against the violent activities of all extremist organizations. The people of Kerala are known for their exemplary commitment to communal harmony and peace and will not tolerate any extremist violence.
On the other hand, CPI(M) leader MV Govindan said, if any organization has to be banned, the RSS should do it first. It is the main organization carrying out communal activities.
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