The saffron party's 15-day padayatra will span across 154 km, covering 11 districts of Kerala.
Meanwhile, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, the vice president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, in his statement to the press said that those who are responsible for these killings in Kerela are running a parallel system that to the government and they are running it above the constitutional system.
The BJP leader said political violence shoots up in Kerala whenever the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) comes to power.
"Today, we invite UP CM Yogi to visit Kerala hospitals to learn how to run hospitals effectively", tweeted the CPM, which is bristling over BJP chief Amit Shah's attack today on Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan as he launched his party's yatra.More news: NSF-funded LIGO pioneers named 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics laureates
"Just as Mahatma Gandhi led a democratic movement against the British Raj in the Freedom Movement, the BJP is launching a democratic movement to oppose the bloody and murderous politics of the CPM in the Kerala". Political violence and Left governments go together, he alleged, adding that wherever the Left rules, the state sees political violence.
"End of CPM will herald the end of political violence", Shah said.
He queried, "I want to ask CM Pinarayi Vijayan, who is responsible for killing 84 BJP /RSS workers in Kannur?".
"These marches will happen on all days that the Jan Raksha Yatra is being taken out in Kerala".More news: Iran and Iraq to hold joint border drills
The march is part of Shah's bid to grow the party in a state which has never sent a BJP leader to the Lok Sabha, despite a series of wins across the country beginning with the 2014 Lok Sabha election. The yatra will culminate in Thiruvananthapuram on October 17.
Joining the rally, hundreds of BJP workers, mostly from Kannur and Kasargod districts, raised slogans against political violence under the CPI (M)-led LDF government.
"District BJP representatives showed much enthusiasm in welcoming Amit Shah at Mangaluru airport and the entire city was decorated to welcome the BJP president". It posted its most spectacular performance in Uttar Pradesh, where Yogi Adityanath was made Chief Minister. The silence of the activists over the killing of more than 120 BJP workers working on a "nationalist agenda" is a question mark on their allegiance, he said.More news: NRL Grand Final Betting Preview: North Queensland vs. Melbourne Odds