Senior BJP Leader And Home Minister Amit Shah Accuses Congress And Communist Parties Of Taking Support From Anti-National Forces 

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Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah today accused the Congress and Communist parties of taking support from  anti-national forces like the PFI and the SDPI. Addressing a public meeting at Alappuzha this afternoon, the BJP leader alleged that both parties encouraged terrorism in Kerala, for the sake of minority vote bank. He said under BJP rule, PFI-like organisations will not be allowed to thrive.

Referring to the Karunvannur Cooperative Bank scam that rocked the state, Amit Shah said the scam brought the cooperative sector under attack.  He said the scam is being probed by  the Enforcement Directorate and assured that all depositors will receive their money back and the culprits will be punished.
Mr Shah criticised the CPI-M’s opposition to India being a nuclear power and added that the country will remain a nuclear power in the interest of its national security. He pointed out that despite its opposition to India being a nuclear power, the LDF government favoured illegal mining of mineral sand and its sale abroad.

He said this election is to free Kerala from the clutches of violence. The BJP leader said the I.N.D.I Alliance has been exposed completely, with the Congress and Communists sharing the same platform in Delhi while opposing each other in Kerala.

Disclaimer: This press release is sourced from News On AIR, Prasar Bharti and Press Information Bureau India (PIB).

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