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  • Kerela Election: SDPI demands to delay Haj Flights Kozhikkode: Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) demanded to put off Haj flights from Kerala so as to facilitate pilgrims to cast their votes in coming local body election. In Kerala election has been scheduled on 23 and 25 of October, where as the flight schedule from Karippur air port is planned to begin from 21st October, said Adv. K P Muhammed Shareef, state president SDPI.

    Had the Haj flights been rescheduled as to commence on 26th of October, thousands of voters could have participated in election process in Kerala.

    SDPI has already sent letters to concerned ministers at state and center in this regard.

  • Kerala SDPI: All Set to Face Election
    Adv. KP Muhammed Shareef

    Malappuram: This is the first time Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) faces a major election in Kerala after its formation just a year ago. And the party is all set to prove its mettle in the local body election to be held on 23 and 25 of next month. It has decided to field its own candidates where ever possible posing a big threat to the United Democratic Front (UDF) under the Congress and Left Democratic Front (LDF) under CPM.
    As the Kerala politics is concerned this election will mark for the rising of a new star in its horizon, said Adv. K P Muhammed Shareef, president of SDPI Kerala.
    We will prove that our party is a strong presence in the state politics that can not be ignored any more. We will finalize the decision on candidates before 26 of this month, he added while speaking at a news conference at Malappuram press club here.
    Where there are no candidates of SDPI, our workers will choose people friendly candidates. The party's support to others will be based on their policies. He also said that prior to the election SDPI leaders have met like minded people and parties regarding the possible tie-ups. When asked about the chance of making electoral understating with Janakeeya Munnani under Jamaath-e-Islami, he replied that it had no faith in a party that was existed only in posters. SDPI has same approach towards Muslim League, Congress and CPM. Party will continue its opposition to the BJP which is antinational, he added.
    SDPI has got 30,000 cadres within the short span of time after the formation and it has sympathizers that come more than 30 million, he said.

  • Withdraw AFSPA from J&K, Manipur: SDPI
    New Delhi: The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has called upon the Union Government to immediately withdraw Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from Jammu & Kashmir and Manipur.
    The resolution, passed at the National Working Committee (NWC) of SDPI, appealed to initiate dialogue with leaders who really represent the Kashmiri people and bring about an honorable solution acceptable to all. The NWC meeting was presided over by SDPI president E.Abubacker.
    According to A. Sayeed, General Secretary SDPI, this is among the five resolutions which was adopted in the NWC meeting of SDPI held here on Sunday. The resolution said that the draconian powers conferred on the security forces by the AFSPA have been proved to be the single most important source of horrible rights violations in Kashmir and Manipur. The resolution reminded the authorities that popular struggles cannot be crushed by mere military or police action as proved in Kashmir and such places. Since June 2010 more than 100 innocent people have been killed in the Valley. The ongoing agitation is the reflection of the wide spread anger and agony of common man against presence of security forces which have harshly wrought havoc in the peaceful life of the people.
    Sayeed told this correspondent that in an another resolution the NWC meeting appreciated the stand of Muslims that they would accept any verdict on the title suit of the Babri Masjid. It also hoped that the Government will take stern action against the Hindutva fascist forces who want to make political capital out of the issue through actions intended to destroy communal peace in the country.
    The NWC meeting expressed deep anguish and sorrow for the victims of heavy floods in India and abroad specially in neighbouring Pakistan. The meeting shared the grief and bereavement of the families who have lost near and dear ones in flood and congratulated the Government of India for their timely offer of assistance to Pakistan and hoped that Pakistan would positively respond to this gesture of goodwill, another resolution said.
    He said that two other resolutions were on distribution of food grains to the hungry and the needy as per the Supreme Court order and reservation to Muslims and other minorities which were passed unanimously on the occasion.
    A Parliamentary Board of SDPI was constituted in the NWC meeting.The members include:
    E. Abubacker, A. Sayeed, Adv. Sajid Siddiqui, Mohammad Umar Khan, Prof. P. Koya, K. M. Shareef, Hafiz Manzoor Ali and M. K. Faizee. The Board will take policy decisions on elections,finalise candidates for parliamentary and legislative assembly polls and whether to form alliances or not for contesting elections etc.
    It was decided in the NWC meeting to hold state conferences in various states. The state conferences in West Bengal, Karnataka and Kerala will be held in February next year. Earlier,A. Sayeed, general secretary SDPI, presented working report in the meeting for the period from April 19 to September 18 this year.

  • SDPI ‘Shramadana’ at Addoor
    Social Democratic Party Of India (SDPI) Addoor branch arranged one day road repairing Shramadana at Addoor area on Public Roads.Addoor Grama panchyath SDPI candidate Mr.P.C.Saleem & SDPI panchayath election incharge Mr.M.Shareef Addoor headed the shramadana programme.

    Report & Pics by Rehan Mohammad-Newfrontworld.

  • SDPI vehemently criticizes attacks & burning of Christian properties The Social Democratic Party of India, (SDPI), has vehemently criticized the attacks on Christian properties and institutions in some places in Kashmir Valley and in Maler Kotla in Punjab.
    SDPI national general secretary A. Sayeed in a Press release said that SDPI has taken a strong note of the happenings in respect to attacks on Christian properties and institutions in some places in Kashmir and in Maler Kotla in Punjab. The authorities concerned should take stern legal action against the culprits, he urged.
    The release said that the SDPI stands for respect of all religious entities and totally disapproves disrespect to any religion or desecration of any sacred scripture or vilification of any religious personality or attack on any religious place anywhere in the world. It considers it a despicable and uncivilized act, the release added.

  • Ma'dani: SDPI Signature Campaign Begins
    Kozhikkode: Signature campaign by Social Democratic Party of India began today in different parts of Kerala demanding the early release of Abdunnasir Ma'dani, chairman of Peoples' Democratic Party of India. SDPI had planned to amass one million signatures from Kerala in this regard and to submit it to Karnataka chief minister after the Vidhan Soudha march on October 10

    Human rights activist A Vasu inaugurated the signature campaign in Kozhikkode. He alleged that Ma'dani was the victim of nefarious conspiracy. He also said that the hands of Sanghparivar were evident behind this conspiracy to falsely implicate Ma'dani in Bangalore serial blast case on the basis of a statement given by a co-accused. SDPI state president Adv. K P Muhammed Shareef presided over the function.
    N P Chekutty, executive editor Thejas daily, P Abdul Hameed, state general secretary, Popular Front, N K Abdul Azeez, leader of Indian National League (Secular), SDPI state general secretaries M K Manoj Kumar and P Abdul Majeed Faizee also spoke on the occasion. Similar campaigns were held in various parts of the state also.

  • Attack by Arif Pasha Goons: SDPI distributes relief fund among victims

    Bangalore: Social Democratic Party of India organized a relief program for the people who got damaged their properties by ex-corporater and notorious rowdy Arif Pasha’s gang on Sunday.

    Some vehicles including cars and auto rickshaws were damaged by hooligans of Arif Pasha; his wife was defeated by SDPI candidate Naznin Begam in recently held BBMP election at Padarayanpura ward, on 27th August.
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    Earlier Arif Pasha’s goons attacked some Popular Front members when they were collecting Ramzan charity donation and three members were attacked brutally.

    Corporator of Padarayana Pura Ward 135, Prof. Nazneen Begum distributed relief fund to the victims and told that culprits will be punished as per the law.
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    Relief was distributed among owners of the 12 Auto-rickshaws, 4 cars and a Canter as per the damages.

  • Ma'dani Case: SDPI will Hold Vidhan Soudha March

    Kozhikkode: Social Democratic Party of India will hold a protest march to Vidhan Soudha, Karnataka assembly bulding, demanding the immediate release of PDP chairman Abdunnasir Ma'dani and repealing the false cases charged against him, said P Abdul Majeed Faizee, Kerala state general secretary. And also it will organise a signature campaign in this regard amassing one million signatures among the people. The memorandum will be submitted before Karmataka chief minister, he added.
    Ma'dani was arrested after implicating him in Bangalore serial blast case. And now attempts are being made by the state authorities to drag his name in Chinnaswami stadium blast also. This conspiracy is evident from the recent statement by home minister V S Achrya. All these are nothing but the efforts to cover up the saffron terrorism which has been revealing through media recently, alleged SDPI leader in a press conference here.