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NEW DELHI: BJP on Thursday held a march from Mandir Marg in the national capital to CPI office at Bhai Veer Singh Marg against the alleged killings of BJP workers in Kerala by CPI activists. In this Jan raksha yatra, many BJP stalwarts like Satyapal Singh, Tarun Chug, Shahnawaz Hussain, Paravesh Verma addressed the gathering and Rajesh Bhatia coordinated the yatra. Addressing the gathering, Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari said, "After touring Kerala , I can say that confidence of Delhi workers has increased after the Kerala yatra. People had no option in Kerala except the CPI over the years but now with BJP and the RSS, Keralites are seeing a bright future for themselves.

Tiwari said, "At the gathering in Calicut, he could see the confidence in the eyes of the people instilled by BJP President Amit Shah. He said the way their agitation was getting support from the people and the media, the end of CPI's murderous politics is near.'' Mr Satyapal Singh said, "Communism has ended in the world and even in India, it is now limited to Kerala. Soon, it will end in Kerala also and BJP and the RSS will emerge victorious in the state. ''On the occasion, Mr Tarun Chug said, ''BJP will destroy the communism as they are a blot on the nation and a civilised society. Mr Shahnawah Hussain also criticised the CPI and said they are building bridges on the bodies of the people and promoting violence and mayhem.Maoism and Naxalism are the results of this violence propogated by them. The BJP will halt this bloodshed and end their violent culture.MLA Parvesh Verma said,"The very constitution which the communist are trying to kill has given them the right to live with dignity and they will upheld the constituition at all costs. ''Many other BJP leaders state vice-president Jai Prakash, state minister Satyendra Singh, Ramesh Krishna Godara, former legislator Rajesh Gehlot, municipal councillor Suman Dagar too participated in the dharna.

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