‘An Untold Story of Intolerance’
With a view to expose the real face of Communist tyranny, ‘Forum for Justice and Development’, a Delhi based NGO, conducted a photo exhibition: ‘An untold story of intolerance: Communist violence in Kerala’ at NDMC Centre in New Delhi on August 4, 2015. After inaugurating the exhibition, BJP National President Amit Shah said, “The people of Kerala must understand that tyrannical violence and democracy can never go hand in hand. I congratulate the party unit of Kerala and the organisers of this photo-exhibition for having exposed the CPI (M)’s culture of violence in the State.”
The organisers of the event said that the main objective of the exhibition is to tear away the mask of the Communists who are intellectuals in disguise outside the territories of Kerala and West Bengal. “It is high time to expose the real face of CPI (M) before the public, especially to the people in Delhi”, Deepu Nambiar, the main coordinator of the event spoke to the Organiser. Since 1969, in Kerala, almost 200 RSS-BJP workers were brutally murdered by the CPI (M) and several hundreds were left mutilated. Out of this, 76 murders took place in Kannur district alone. The recent surge in the growth of BJP in the state politics has already created a panic among the Leftists. Amit Shah also paid a floral tribute to the martyrs who laid their lives. Along with several other participants, the Union Minister of State Rajiv Pratap Rudy, BJP National Secretaries Sidharth Nath Singh, H Raja, BJP National Organising secretary Ramlal, the editor of the Organiser Prafulla Ketkar, Director of Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation Anirban Ganguly, Nupur Sharma, BJP Kerala State President V Muralidharan, BJP Kerala leaders K Surendran, Sobha Surendran, A N Radhakrishnan and K R Umakanthan attended the event.
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Pragya Bharati an intellectual forum based at Hyderabad conducted a symposium on National Politics: “Prospects and Challenges in Telugu states” on August 1, 2015 at the prestigious Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in Hyderabad. This meet was addressed by BJP National General Secretary P Muralidhar Rao under the Chairmanship of Dr T H Chowdury, Ex M D BSNL. Shri Murlidhar Rao stressed that in future, the national parties are most likely to dominate and hold the sway. Barring a few, every regional party that is hereditary in composition and nepotism rules the roost. In Tamil Nadu both the ruling and the opposition parties are regional parties and one fails to understand their stand on national issues like Kashmir Conflict. He expressed his displeasure at regional parties dominating for four decades and national issues have to be kept at the back burner simply because they have no political stakes.