If BJP opts for violence, Communist Party will be wiped out: Vijayvargiya
Varanasi: Reacting over the blast outside the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) office in Kerala, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said that if BJP workers will opt for violence, it would become impossible for Communist Party to do politics in India.
Talking to the reporters here, he said, "Violence has no place in democracy. But BJP workers are being killed in Kerala. The blast outside the RSS office was an attempt to terrify the workers."
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"Communist Party already has been wiped out of the entire country, except Kerala and West Bengal. But if they do not stop practising such cheap tactics, BJP workers will also choose the way of violence and they will be wiped out from these states too," he added.
Speaking over the issue of complaining against the voters wearing 'burka', Vijayvargiya said, "We approached the Election Commission after receiving reports of bogus voting by men wearing burka."
He also lambasted Samajwadi Party vice president Kiranmoy Nanda for stating that PM stands for 'Pagal Modi'. "Nanda has gone out of his mind," he said.