After leaving his party's march against the CPI(M) in Kerala midway, BJP chief Amit Shah will tomorrow lead one to the left party's office in the national capital to protest against the alleged killings of right-wing activists in the southern state.
Earlier this week, Shah had kicked off the Jan Raksha Yatra (people's protection march) from Payyannur in Kerala.
According to the party, he skipped the march in Pinarayi -- the home town of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan -- as he had to attend a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Shah will start tommorow's march from Connaught Place after paying homage to BJP and RSS workers "killed" in Kerala.
He will be accompanied by BJP's Delhi unit president Manoj Tiwari and other senior party leaders, the party said in a statement.
The party will take out the Jan Raksha Yatra every day from every state capital till October 16.
Shah is also scheduled to lead the march on the concluding day later this month in Thiruvananthapuram.
Kerala, especially the volatile Kannur district, has been witnessing a series of political killings and counter-killings of CPI(M) and RSS-BJP activists.
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