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Posted On : 9 Oct, 2017  Source : IANS  Place : Agartala 
BJP, its government's communal plan exposed: CPI-M
The BJP and the party-led central government's communal agenda, corruption, undemocratic governance and anti-people policies have been exposed in public in only three years, a CPI-M leader said on Monday.

The BJP was trying to create communal polarisation in Kerala, West Bengal and other places in India, Communist Party of India-Marxist's Central Committee member Gautam Das said at a protest rally here.

"Not only their communal agenda, the BJP-led Union government's corruption, undemocratic supremacy, and anti-people policies are out in the open before the people," Das said.

"Since independence, India has not seen a ruling party laying siege to and demonstrating in front of another party's office. This is nothing but an authoritarian approach of a party (BJP)."

The protest rally organised here was a part of the CPI-M's countrywide protests against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Such rallies were also organised in different parts of the Left-ruled state.

The BJP, as part of its "Jan Raksha Yatra", has been holding a demonstration since Sunday in front of the CPI-M office in Gole Market area in Delhi and other places in the country.

The CPI-M leader said his party would fight the BJP democratically with public support even though the latter was spreading its communal and undemocratic agenda across the country ever since it came to power at the Centre in May 2014.

Das said BJP chief Amit Shah's son's "dramatic rise" in business was the latest instance of government corruption.

The CPI-M circulated a list of killings, violence and other terror activities allegedly unleashed by the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. As per the list, from 2000 to 2017, Kerala Police data shows that 85 CPI-M workers and 65 RSS workers were killed in that state.