SDPI observes April 14 as social justice day

By TCN News,

New Delhi: SDPI observed April 14, the birth anniversary of Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar, as Social Justice Day. The party had designed various programmes to express solidarity with different struggles for Social Justice going in India.

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In his speech A. Sayeed expressed his concern on how the communal fascists are creating hatred among the people of the nation in order to come to power. SDPI strongly protests against any attempt to promote politics of hatred, he added.

SDPI National President A Sayeed

Criticizing the communal politics he said, Indians are facing problems in economy and social sectors.

While addressing the audience, A. Sayeed said Muslims in India are frightened both by the attacks from communal fascists and also by the injustice towards them from side of government. A situation has now been developed in our country which lets the communal forces free to do any kind of atrocities against Muslims including attempts for racial extermination.

Appropriate legal actions have never been taken in any of the communal attacks took place in India. In addition innocent Muslims are arrested and detained in jail on fabricated charges.

Muslims are the most targeted community and Dalits are the most neglected, he added.

Call to save the heritage of West Bengal:

A number of historical monuments, sites and mosques are neglected and facing devastation in West Bengal. On the occasion of ‘world heritage day’ on April 18, SDPI will raise public awareness about the diversity and vulnerability of the world’s built monuments and heritage sites and the efforts required to protect and conserve them. The state unit will organize awareness programme “to remind the government and the people of West Bengal the vulnerable situation around the hereditary monuments in West Bengal.”

SDPI has also started a yearlong campaign for reservations for Muslims and Dalits.