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  • Pallipram Prabhakaran Passes Away

    Kannur: SDPI Kanuur District President Pallipram Prabhakaran died here early today. He was 63.
    Prabhakaran was hospitalised due to severe fever. He was survived by wife and two children. Prabhakaran who hails from Valapattanam here has been serving as the convener of SC-ST Aikya Vedi for last 20 years.
    His body was laid to rest at Payyambalam at 1.30 today. Hundreds of people from all walks of life poured in to homage for their respected leader.
    SDPI state secretary P Abdul Majeed Faizee, district general secretary Noushad Punnakkal, DCC president P Ramakrishnan, NCP district secretary Hameed Irinavu, SC-ST Aikya Vedi state secretary P Narayanan were some among them.

  • SDPI Wins One More Seat in Rajasthan  Jaipur: Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has won one more seat in Bundi Nagara Palika election in Rajasthan, where currently Panchayat elections are underway in different phases. Noor Muhammed who contested from 2nd ward got the majority of 195 votes. Out of total 1010, he got 543 votes. Defeated Congress candidate Kesara got only 350 votes.
    Among nine other wards in which SDPI contested, its candidates got second spot in 8 wards. It lost for thin margins in most of the seats.
    Earlier this year SDPI candidate Mohammad Haneef had been elected as the Sarpanch of the Chann Panchayat in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan.
    And party candidate Mohammed Rizwan Khan was elected as the Upsarpanch (vice president) of the Baldara Gram Panchayat in Baral district.
    of Rajasthan.

  • Arrest of Ma'dani Inhuman: SDPI

    Kollam: The arrest of Abdunnasir Ma'dani by the police of Karnataka and the support given by their Kerala counterparts at a time when his anticipatory bail application is to be considered by Supreme Court is condemnable and inhuman activity, alleged Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI). Ma'dani, who is also the political leader in Kerala has been living with police protection. And the actions of police who included the name of Ma’dani in the Bangalore serial blast case, on the basis of the statement by an accused in the case, is a blatant injustice, said state vice president Moovattupuzha Ashraf Maulavi. He should have at least given the consideration of a person who has been exonerated by Tamilnadu high court in Coimbatore blast case after long nine and half years in jail. This is a part of the ploy by some vested interests to put Muslim leaders and young people behind the bars by falsely implicating them in terror activities all over India. And it is noted that at least 10 blasts occurred recently across the country were the handiworks of Hindutwa organizations, as proved by some security agencies.
    And it’s the Karnataka government, which has withdrawn 18 cases against Sri Ram Sena chief Pramod Muthalik, who was caught in the camera demanding money for fermenting communal violence, trying to implicate Ma’dani in false cases, Moulavi alleged.
    He also said that SDPI would organize together peoples from minority communities and backward classes to stand up against this kind of state terrorism.

  • ‘Denial of right to politics’: SDPI march to Home Minister’s house
    Thiruvananthapuram: The Social Democratic Party of India yesterday marched to the house of the Kerala Home Ministeraccusing that wrong cases were charged against its leaders, unnecessary raids were carried out in the houses of the members and the right to politics was denied. The march which began from the Ayyankali Square was inaugurated by state secretary MK Manoj Kumar.

    The growth of the SDPI has frightened the mainstream political kings and that is the reason for trapping the party’s leaders in fake cases, said Manoj Kumar. They find it essential to block the political strengthening of Adivasi-Dalit-Muslim and backward classes. Accusing terrorism and extremism is the easy way to alienate individuals and organizations in the public. The same has been carried out against certain communities here. Efforts are on to include SDPI in that group and this will be fought and defeated in the democratic way, he added.

    Thiruvananthapuram district president Ibrahim Kutty, AA Shafi, Shajahan, Karamana Razaq, Karamana Saleem, Rajan Kattakkada and SA Kareem spoke. Police stopped the march about 100 metres away the Home Minister’s house.

    The march was organized following the questioning of SDPI leaders in connection with the investigation into the attack on the controversial professor in which several activists of the Popular Front of India have been accused and arrested. SDPI state secretary Muvattupuzha Ashraf Moulvi was asked to appear at the Muvattupuzha police station for interrogation. The SDPI Ernakulam district secretary was issued a look-out notice.

    The police have issued notices to the PFI state president Nasarudheen Elamaram and national committee member Prof P Koya asking them to be present for questioning. Elamaram was asked to be present at the Muvattupuzha police station on August 12 and Prof Koya on August 16. Notices have already been issued against the PFI state general secretary P Abdul Hameed, PFI Ernakulam district president and secretary.

  • SDPI's Popular March Concludes
    Thiruvananthapuram: Popular March organised by Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) in three zones of Kerala demanding that 'democracy should not be denied to the marginalised' concluded instilling confidence among backward, minority sections of the society and giving strong warning for those who are trying to suppress the party through intimidation and false propaganda.

    The marches which began on 3rd of this month from south, Malabar and north zones of the state went through almost all districts. The south zone march was concluded at Thiruvananthapuram with a huge rally and a public conference, participating thousands of people. The public meeting was inaugurated by state general secretary M K Manoj Kumar. He alleged that political parties and governments were conspiring to annihilate the new born party through indecent means. Ibrahim Kutty, P H Rasheed master, Thulaseedharan Pallikkal, P K Radha among others spoke on the occasion.

    The Malabar march ended at Feroke in Kozhikkode district also with a big rally and public meeting. The north zone march went through different parts of Kozhikkode, Kannur, Wynadu districts and concluded at Kunjathur in Kasarkode district. Abdul Majeed Kodalippet, Karnataka state president of SDPI.

    The Popular March was organised in the backdrop of police atrocities against SDPI. The police had raided the offices of the organisation and the houses of its activists under the cover of investigation into the assault case against a college professor at Muvattupuzha who was arrested and then released on bail in a blasphemy case.
    The Popular March gave a strong warning to the authorities who are trying to oppress the political empowerment of marginalised people through intimidation and false propaganda.
    The people's participation in the marches all over the state was a loud and clear message for the authorities that people's movements could not be crushed using police and media.

  • Hindutwa-Imperialist Forces behind New Social Unrest: E Aboobacker
    Thalassery: It's the part of Hindutwa-imperialist agenda to create social unrest which has been witnessed in the states like Kerala, alleged E Aboobacker, national president, Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI). He was inaugurating the public conference at Thalassery yesterday organised as part of the 'Popular March' by SDPI with the slogan- 'democracy should not be denied to the marginalised'.The Israel has become a strong presence in our country. It could infiltrate in our security forces and exert influence in other state machineries, he added.
    He also said that the recent stalemate in the parliament session in the name of discussion on inflation was not due to the concern for the poor, instead it was part of a ploy to block the parliament form discussing Gujarat minister Amith Sha's arrest in fake encounter case. For this the parties from right and left joined their hands with BJP, he added.

    He reiterated party's stand on Muvattupuzha incident. The assault on the college professor is condemnable. The law should take its course. But the government and the media has taken a discriminatory position following this incident, he alleged.
    He also said that various political parties had approached their leaders for the support during the elections. Our decency prevents us from revealing its details. At the same time we will not shy away from disclosing the details when it becomes inevitable.
    Nobody can intimidate the party with ban threat. It has got enough popular bases to tackle it, he warned.
    In a lighter vein he said that it was those who were not aware of the existence of India beyond Malabar, who were trying to belittle SDPI and its strength. He also warned that the ulterior motives of vested interests could not be fulfilled so long as even a single activist of the party exists on the earth.
    Kannur district president Pallipram Prabhakaran, general secretary Noushad Punnakkal also spoke. Hundreds of people had gathered near Thalassery bus stand to give ears to the words of their leaders. Earlier hundreds of people participated in Popular March which has completed its journey in the district yesterday.

  • Warm Reception for SDPI's 'Popular March' in Kerala
    Kozhikkode: Warm welcome was accorded to Popular March organised by 'Social Democratic Party of India in three zones of Kerala demanding that 'democracy should not be denied to the marginalised.
    Hundreds of people waited in different reception points ignoring pouring rain and bad whether.
    The three marches started on Tuesday from Vadakara (Kozhikkode), Tirur (Malappuram) and Alappuzha will conclude today.

    The Malabar zone Popular March was inaugurated by Adv. K P Muhammed Shareef, state president at Tirur handing over SDPI flag to V T Ikramul Haq, leader of the march and state secretary. More than three thousand people participated in the march here. March was led by Malappuram district president Memana Bappu, vice presidents P P A Latheef, Jaleel Neelambra, district general secretary Basheer Vengara, vice presidents A K Abdul Majeed, Adv. Sadiq Naduthodi, treasurer P V Ummer Koya, march coordinator C G Unni, women leaders Ammini Muthukad, Ramani Babu, Nafeesa Veetichal and others.

    The south zone march was flagged off at Mannanchery in Alappuzha by state secretary P K Radha. Flag was received by march leader and state leader Thulaseedharan Pallikkal.
    The governments at centre and states are trying to topple the fundamental rights of backward, minority communities, alleged P K Radha. It will lead to the weakening of the democratic and secular ideals of our country, she added.

    The north zone Popular March was started from Kainatty near Vadakara. Pallipram Prabhakan handed over the flag to the captain, Yousuf Wayanad. Kozhikkode district president Haris Vadakara, general secretary Muhammed Nadvi, Kannur district secretary Noushad Punnakkal were the leaders of the march.
    The marches passed through various districts of the state were joined and welcomed by hundreds of people all along the way.
    The march was organised in the backdrop of police atrocities against SDPI. The police had raided the offices of the organisation and the houses of its activists under the cover of investigation into the assault case against a college professor at Muvattupuzha who was arrested and then released on bail in a blasphemy case.
    The Popular March gave a strong warning to the authorities who are trying to oppress the political empowerment of marginalised people through intimidation and false propaganda.

  • Community Service Centre inaugurated in Belthangady
    Manglore: Community Service Center has been inaugurated by Muhammad Nasir, Dakshin Kannada district president of Social Democratic Party of India at Pandavarakallu, Belthangady.
    Program was presided by Abdullah, president of Badriya Jumma Masjid, Pandavarakallu.
    Yahya Darimi, imam of Badriya Jumma Masjid, inaugurated stage program.
    Davud Naushad gave a lecture on Government Benefits for people like Scholarship, Mede claim etc.
    Social Democratic Party of India district secretary Salim Guruvayankere, SDPI secretary for Belthangady constituency Akbar, Popular Front of India Belthangady division president B.M.Razaq were present at the dais.
    Fathak Pandavarkallu welcomed gathering while Athaullah delivered vote of thanks.