BJP could not muster impressive numbers for the Jan Raksha Yatra though the days when Amit Shah and UP CM Yogi Adityanath participated.
Addressing a crowd in Thiruvananthapuram, BJP chief said: “This violence in Kerala by the Left is not new. Wherever Left rules, it encourages violence."
As part of its expansion plans since Amit Shah took over as party chief, BJP has poached leaders from Congress and regional parties.
The committee chaired by BJP MP Anurag Thakur consists of 31 MPs from the LS and RS, including Sachin Tendulkar, Paresh Rawal, LK Advani, Hema Malini, Raj Babbar and Subhash Chandra.
The Yatra is being kept alive outside Kerala as much as within the state. Shah took part in a BJP march to the CPM headquarters here on Sunday.
On Saturday PM Modi will inaugurate a slew of projects in his home town Vadnagar, Dwarka, Gandhinagar and Bharuch.
The proposal of holding simultaneous elections has been floated several times in the past. Parliament will have to pass the bills, which is not easy to achieve.
For BJP, the OBC votes and the demand for backward caste status from Patels has become a major issue in the Gujarat elections.
Govt mulling sops for MSME, textiles & exports; to focus on strengthening PSU banks so that lending to small businesses and middle class becomes easier.
A senior BJP leader said since Sinha's remarks were about economy so any disciplinary action against him could cause bad publicity for party.
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