Holds BJP responsible for violence, chaos in the country

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Visiting the family of RSS activist a week after his death, BJP leader also said, "Rajesh had 89 wounds on his body".

He also came down heavily on the state government, saying, "Governments are elected to do good for the people".

To quote the great Malayalam poet Vallathol Narayana Menon, "When you hear the name India, your hearts must swell with pride; when you hear the name Kerala, blood must throb in your veins".

The CPI-M on Friday accused the BJP-RSS cadres for attacking and killing the Left party's workers and supporters in Kerala and accused the BJP of "doublespeak".

"The government has already taken precautionary measures to control this and is ready to handover the case to the CBI if necessary".

CPM secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan sees a political motive behind Arun Jaitley's visit to the home of slain RSS leader S. L. Rajesh.

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The report states that 85 CPI (M) workers, 65 RSS/BJP workers and 11 workers of Congress and IUML each, have been killed in the last 17 years, mostly by their political rivals. He said that there has been a calculated attempt to create an impression that Kerala is a troubled state.

The BJP has alleged that CPI-M activists were behind the gruesome murder, a charge denied by the ruling party.

"The real face of CPM and its Chief Minister Mr. Pinarayi Vijayan was the architect of violence in the Kannur district, which is the epicenter of all such violence", BJP's GVL Narasimha Rao said.

He also charged that the political opponents of the ruling dispensation were being killed in a most "brutal and barbaric" manner in the state and added that it was the state government's responsibility to ensure that those indulging in violence were brought to book.

Ahead of the Union Minister's visit to the state, CPI (M) members and their families staged protests outside the Raj Bhavan over the increasing number of attacks on the party workers. But if reports of political violence are looked at, especially in Kerala, it is revealed that they have been equal victims too.

Karat alleged that the law-and-order situation was "worse" in the BJP-ruled states, compared to Kerala. "Instead, he is debasing himself by remaining a mere party leader", Chennithala said. "All these people who are sitting here have lost their near and dear ones to BJP and RSS workers".

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