Bantwal: SDPI stages protest condemning raids by NIA

Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Sep 24: SDPI Bantwal unit staged protests at Kaikamba, B C Road condemning alleged illegal raids by NIA on SDPI district office and arrests of Popular Front of India (PFI) leaders.

SDPI Bantwal president Munish Ali who led the protests said that NIA should have raided RSS and Sangh Parivar who have the history of the killing of Mahatma Gandhi, demolition of Babri Masjid and Bhagalpur massacre. “NIA has lost its way. It cannot suppress the social organization called PFI. PFI has done in 25 years what you took 100 years to do. PFI has spread the aspirations and principles of protecting the country to the corners of the country. PFI has shown why RSS should be opposed,” he said.

SDPI national chief secretary Mohammed Tumbe said that the BJP government might have thought that there are no more leaders when they arrested social organization PFI leaders. “BJP should know that every member of PFI is a leader. PFI is spread to the length and breadth of the country. RSS and BJP who could not face PFI have sent BJP’s investigating agencies to threaten. The efforts have failed. It shows that you are afraid of PFI. This is your temporary victory,” he said.

SDPI district secretary Shakir Majalu, SDPI district members Shahul S H, Yousuf Kalladka, SDPI Bantwal municipal council committee president Sharif Valavoor and member Idris P J were present.

Ashraf Talapady welcomed, compered the programme and rendered vote of thanks. The protesters expressed their anger by shouting slogans.





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