#JanaRakshaYatra : Success of Specific Strategy

By HK Correspondent published on October 17, 2017

A quick glance at the unbiased history of Kerala is more than enough to familiarize the reader with fifty years of Communist debauchery in the state. God’s own country has reeled under Marxist terror and violence aimed at Sangh, all shrouded so conveniently and hidden from the rest of the world. However, Bharat has woken up to the terror unleashed, with the agenda of Communists being well exposed and the political untouchability that was being practiced against BJP, wiped out.

One person truly instrumental for the sweeping change wrought about in Kerala is BL Santhosh,National Joint General Secretary (org.) of BJP. After having assumed charge of the party’s work in Kerala, he embarked on framing a unique strategy that has now successfully put an end to any kind of retaliation, post any instance of those numerous forms of Marxist violence. The multi-pronged strategy began with complete documentation of balidanis, who met with brutal deaths at the hands of Communist butchers.

A team comprising of techies, under the guidance of BL Santhosh swung into action. Soon was born Aahuti, an extensive document which ripped off the Communist façade and brought out to the outer world, the gruesome murders of Balidanis and the traumatic plight of their family members, before the entire nation.Aahuti was released by the Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 25 September​ 2016, which gave it nationwide promotion. The book has been translated into Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam and Marathi, which added to the awareness campaign. Truth pertaining to the sacrifice of Balidanis echoed in the Parliament House with Lok Sabha MP Meenakshi Lekhi raising the issue several times, shredding bare the atrocities of Communists. For the first time in the history of the nation, the sacred walls of Parliament House echoed with the description of the helpless screams of the hapless nationalist victims, the matter having been carefully studied by the MP with the keenness and astuteness of a lawyer.

 

Jana Raksha Yatra, which commenced on 3 October 2017 from Payyannur, Kannur district, is yet another aspect of the multi-pronged strategy carved out by BL Santhosh, based on the vision envisaged by BJP president Amit Shah. Coupled with the high esteem and popularity commanded by BJP state president Kummanam Rajashekharan, Jana Raksha Yatra exposed Communist brutality in total, in every nook and corner of the state, district by district. The yatra has been attended by national leaders of BJP and Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states- Manohar Parrikar, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Meenakshi Lekhi, Shanavas Hussain, VK Singh, Ananth Kumar, Yogi Adityanath, Rajvarthan Singh Rathode, Dharmendra Pradhan, Kailas Vijayavargiya, Alphonse Kannamthanam, Mahesh Sharma, Smriti Irani, Arjun Meghwal, Susheel Kumar Modi, Dr. Anirban Banerjee have all been part of Jana Raksha Yatra, in various part of the state.

The Yatra, brilliantly coordinated by its star icon Nalin Kumar Kateel, the firebrand BJP MP from Dakshina Kannada and the Prabhari of Kerala, covers 10 kms on a daily basis and has successfully striven to expose the Jihadi-Leftist terror malady that gripped Kerala, with the slogan “All have the rights to live” echoing all over the state. The padayatra has inevitably infuriated the Marxist party’s Kannur leadership.According to Kerala’s firebrand BJP icon K Surendran, who exposed the notorious Solar Scam that has rocked the entire state, “Jana Raksha Yatra is a stupendous success! More than 75,000 BJP karyakartas will join the Yatra as it reaches Sreekaryam, on 17 October. National president Amit Shah will also join from Palayam and walk all the way to  Putharikandam,” said Surendran.

It is obvious that BJP’s Jana Raksha Yatra has infuriated the Marxist party.With the party leadership agonized about litigations against Kannur district secretary, Jayarajan and investigation agencies having cornered him, his days outside central jail appear numbered. While mainstream media has always striven to hush up and distort Communist violence of Kerala, the tireless efforts and relentless campaigns of the party machinery has borne richest of dividends. The mass that thronged alongside Jana Raksha Yatra even in red bastions like Kannur, is inevitable testimony to the growing faith people of Kerala have imposed in the nationalist party that stands at the helm today.

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  1. Viswanathan Subramanian Reply

    October 18, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    God bless your efforts and lets throw out the communists from ondia forever.

  2. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 19, 2017 at 9:16 am

    These anti-nationals have learned these murderous tactics from CPM(Criminal Party of Murderers) & Jihadi network of Kerala & WBengal. They have no place in any civilized society & should be banned & thrown out of the country for nation to progress

  3. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 19, 2017 at 9:19 am

    Today, we celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, in remembrance of Lord Rama’s return to his kingdom of Ayodhya after a grueling 14 years of exile. Today we remember Lord Rama’s unshakable courage and selflessness as he left his family and his home to honor his duty, vow & dharma.
    Just as Lord Rama faced seemingly insurmountable obstacles, we as a people, face immense challenges, whether it’s war, poverty, disease, murder or countless other adversities. It is our duty to find ways to work together, to break down the walls that divide us, and to build bridges that connect us, and thus show love and compassion for all of our brothers and sisters in this world.

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    October 22, 2017 at 2:59 am

    The ruling Congress and opposition BJP in Karnataka are heading for a showdown on the state government-sponsored Tipu Jayanti celebrations on November 10 for the third consecutive year. BJP leaders have announced their boycott of the event with Union minister Anant Kumar Hedge calling the 18th century ruler of Mysore a “brutal killer” and a “mass rapist”.
    BJP leaders said on Saturday they don’t want their names to be printed on the invitation cards for the celebrations.
    Hegde wrote to the Karnataka chief secretary asking him to drop his name from the official invites to the function and said he was boycotting the function. Quick to follow him were BJP MPs Shobha Karandlaje and Nalin Kumar Kateel who also decided not to attend the event.
    “Conveyed #KarnatakaGovt NOT to invite me to shameful event of glorifying a person known as brutal killer, wretched fanatic & mass rapist,” Hegde tweeted on Friday.
    CM Siddaramaiah told reporters here on Saturday that protocol requires the names of elected representatives to be printed on invitations of government functions. “It’s up to the member to attend the event or not,” he added.

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