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SDPI urges UP CM to book Hindu Mahasabha leaders for observing Republic Day as Black Day

By TCN News,

Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh): Protesting against Akhil Bhartiya India Hindu Mahasabha for observing 67th Republic Day as black day, Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has today demanded Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Kumar Yadav to take stringent action against its leaders.

Over hundreds of activists of the Hindutva group Hindu Mahasabha waved black flags on the streets of Meerut on Tuesday. The group was led by Ashok Sharma, National Vice President of Hindu Mahasabha observing January 26, Republic Day, as “black day”.

Party activists staged dharna demanding against Hindu Mahasabha for its stand against the Constitution of India

Demonstrating against such an act that it alleged as ‘anti-national’, SDPI activists here held a protest at Parade Park and submitted a memorandum to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister through District Magistrate demanding stringent punishment against those opposing the Republic Day.

“On this very day, we Indians were given a Constitution guaranteeing equality and it is unfortunate that some anti-national elements under the patronage of fascist groups are not only opposing to it but also observing this day as a black day”, said Party’s State General Secretary NafeesNoori.

Sarwar Alam, media in charge of SDPI slammed Modi Government saying, It’s the Cabinet Ministers of Modi who utter venomous statements against the Minorities and Dalits, and now we see that the goondas of Hindu Mahasabha are hell-bent to undermine our Constitution by their candid violent divisive acts.

Hindu Mahasabha has been organising such a protest against the Constitution of India since last five decades and on 26 January when whole country celebrates Republic day, its activists take oath to make India a “Hindu Rashtra.”