#JanRakshaYatra meant for restoration of Democracy in Kerala says CM Devendra Fadnavis on ‘Dethroning Leftists’
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 09-Oct-2017

Kannur, October 9: ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ is underway in Kerala with an aim to raise awareness regarding the ‘violence’ that occurs recurrently due to the Leftists government. Kick-started by BJP Chief Amit Shah, Jan Raksha Yatra was taken forward by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. Prior to him, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath carried out the rally.


Further CM Devendra Fadnavis also addressed the huge gathering at Safari ground at Edappal in Kerala. He said that Kerala is God’s own state and can’t be governed by evil forces. The world is praising India for democratic values but the situation in Kerala is different! This war by ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ is for the restoration of democracy in Kerala and every karyakarta of the Nation is united for this!


‘Jan Raksha Yatra’- this cheerful rally to bring out peace and saffron in coming 2019- the election was enthusiastically started by the BJP President Amit Shah on first day, Tuesday, walked over the entire stretch of eight km from Payyannur to Pilathara.

Jan Raksha Yatra’ has been the third eye of BJP which aims to dethrone the Communists who have littered the Kannur district of Kerala by brutal killings of RSS and BJP workers. BJP Chief Amit Shah lashed out Pinarayi Vijayan’s government saying that Pinarayi Vijayan’s government was responsible for the political killings of RSS and BJP workers in the state. Communists have destroyed peaceful atmosphere in Kerala, where more than 120 BJP and RSS workers were murdered. Amit Shah urged people of Kerala to dethrone the Communists from power and bring a BJP government in its place to ensure peace and prosperity. Also today CM Yogi Adityanath while on carrying out ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ rally said that the politics of violence must end.