The BJP president Amit on Wednesday lashed out at the communist party for the attacks on the RSS workers.
Speaking to reporters in Thiruvananthapuram, Shah said that the way to end violence in the state was to elect the saffron party to power because it didn’t believe in violence.
He said, “Those who give us lecture on tolerance,themselves try to suppress an ideology using violent means. Only way to free Kerala from violence is to elect a government that doesn’t believe in violence.”
He was in Thiruvananthapuram to meet the RSS pracharak (full time worker) Amal Krishna, who was hospitalised after being seriously injured in a BJP-CPM clash two weeks ago.
He said, “Youth RSS worker Amal Krishna is still struggling for life after a political attack against him. Kerala mein kai varshon se humare karyakartaon par hinsak humle Communist party ke dwaara hote hain.”
His visit also came a day after the suspected RSS workers torched the AKG Memorial Library at BP Angadi, near Tirur in Kerala.
The police had arrested two RSS workers in connection with the attack.