JAMMU, Oct 5: To lodge a strong protest against the rising attacks and atrocities being committed on BJP and RSS activists and their families in Kerala, BJP took out a protest march here today and demanded that this mayhem be stopped immediately.
Led by its State president & MLA, Sat Sharma hundreds of party activists participated in the protest march which started from Kachi Chawni here and after passing through various areas including Sabzi Mandi Parade, Purnai Mandi and Bus Stand later culminated in front of Press Club.
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The senior BJP leaders who participated in the march included MP Lok, Sabha, Jugal Kishore Sharma, MP Rajya Sabha, Shamsher Singh Manhas, State general secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul and other senior leaders also participated in the protest to show solidarity with the Party activists and RSS workers of Kerala.
Leaders of State district, Mandal, Wards and Morchas also participated in the foot march. While raising slogans against Kerala Government the protesters asked it to stop mayhem.
Sat Sharma, while addressing the protestors, criticized Kerala Government for its indifference towards ever increasing number of attacks on activists and their families affiliated with BJP and RSS. He said that Kerala Government has failed miserably in defending the democracy by not just promoting the attacks, but also shielding the attackers. He said that it is the right of a person to voice his own opinion and it is the duty of others to support his concern. He condemned the policy of CPI(M) Government, which has made barbarism as its mainstay policy. He stated that the 11 crore BJP members from whole nation are standing with the activists in Kerala in this hour. The people of Kerala will oust the present Government of Kerala for its erroneous policies and Jehadi terrorism, paving way for the popular Government of BJP in Kerala, he added.
Jugal Kishore Sharma, while criticising the Kerala Government, said that the nation is united over failed policies of Kerala Government and “Jana Raksha Yatra” is being carried all over India to show the solidarity with the activists of Kerala. He said that “we as Indians have always favoured non-violence, but certain organizations need to understand that it is due to the high virtues and not cowardice, so Kerala Government must act, while there is still time and shun inhumane ways’’. State general secretary, Dr. Narinder Singh carried the proceedings.