RSS ‘Propaganda’ On Violence to Block Development, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan


Thiruvananthapuram:  Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan conveyed that, the “RSS propaganda” on violence will hurt the expansion prospects of Kerala. CM further conveyed would not buy the propaganda, as Kerala has the finest law and order in the nation. “It is not a campaign against Left administration; it is a campaign against Kerala, the most peaceful state.

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Mr Vijayan’s administration has dismissed the accentuation on brutality in the state – by the BJP and its ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. The position, they have kept up, is politically inspired and intended to dishonor the Left-drove government and redirect consideration from the join charges against state BJP leaders.

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The Chief Minister ended his hush on the continuous political viciousness in the express a day after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley went to Thiruvananthapuram to meet the group of Rajesh Edavakode, who kicked the bucket as of late after his hand was hacked off, supposedly by men connected to the CPM. Amid his visit, Mr Jaitley had conveyed a blistering feedback of the political brutality in the state, saying the way Rajesh Edavakode was slaughtered would even “disgrace fear mongers”.

He had brutal words for Mr Vijayan’s legislature. Governments, he stated, are chosen to “enhance the personal satisfaction of individuals” yet Kerala had been seeing “a continuous adventure of viciousness”. He likewise rejected the RSS interest for President’s control in the state, naming it a “joke”. The RSS, he stated, was unconcerned when individuals in the state were being slaughtered over hamburger bits of gossip.

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The Chief Minister had told the state get together that the administration had “insight reports that BJP may complete assaults in a few sections of the state”. Prudent steps have been taken to control this and the administration may hand over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation if vital.

Resounding Left parliamentarian MB Rajesh, who presented an open letter on Mr Jaitley yesterday on Facebook, Mr Vijayan said information from the National Crime Records Bureau demonstrated that Kerala had the “Number one record” in lawfulness.

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He likewise ripped into the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, which had recorded significantly more occurrences of brutality. “The quantity of cases in Kerala has been diminishing since 2012. There have been no uproars. While the quantity of murder have been 305 out of 2016 as per NCRB, a similar period in UP has seen 4,732 killings,” he said.