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CPI(M) attacks Yogi Adityanath, invites him to visit Kerela hospitals

UP CM Yogi Adityanath
The CPI(M) took a dig at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, over the Gorakhpur tragedy in which at least 70 children died.

BJP Party President Amit Shah on Tuesday launched the Janraksha Yatra in Kannur, Kerela to demonstrate protest against the ruling CPI(M) government. BJP has accused the Kerela government of practising political murders against the BJP and RSS workers.

This 15-day long rally is organised to protest against the Kerela government and make the people aware of the brutal actions of the communist government. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also participated in the rally on Wednesday. While addressing the rally Yogi said that the CPI(M) government should repent for its actions and added that there is no place for violence in a democracy.

Taking a dig at the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, CPI(M) government pointed out the Gorakhpur incident when at least 70 children died at Baba Raghav Das Medical College in August. The party, indirectly holding Yogi government responsible for the tragic incident suggested that the UP CM should visit the hospitals of Kerela and learn how to maintain it.

The official Twitter handle of the CPI(M) posted: “We invite UP CM Yogi to visit Kerala Hospitals to learn how to run Hospitals effectively!”

The party’s general secretary and former Rajya Sabha MP, Sitaram Yechury supporting the Kerela government, retweeted the post saying that Yogi should bring other BJP leaders also along with him to visit the hospitals.

CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, replying to the allegations made by BJP of killing their party members said that BJP-RSS were using fake propaganda of jihadi terror to weaken the LDF government in Kerala.

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