Struggle for Babri Masjid will continue till it is rebuilt – Afsar Kodlipete

Hubli/Dharwad, Karnataka: SDPI State Secretary Afsar Kodlipet in his address in a seminar said, its high time secular citizens from all walks of life irrespective of their religion come together and unitedly address the issue of Babri Masjid.

Afsar said, Muslims in India respect and value our Constitution and the law of the land, else its not a difficult deal for Muslims and Dalits of India, who constitute about 60 Crore population, to march ahead and reconstruct Babri Masjid. Whereas the fascist forces continue to play tactics to keep the society divided.

Afsar said, it was the day, father of Constitution was laid to rest and the fascists chose the same day and attacked Babri Masjid, so its not only Dalits who would be in sorrow of the sad demise of Dr. Ambedkar but Muslims also should uncool their heels in grief of Babri Masjid.

Seminar at Hubli-Dharwad

Guest speaker Jamiat Ulema e Hind State VP Moulana Ahmed Siraj said, the Babri Masjid has been demolished to create a political issue so as to create a rift in the society and polarize communities for political gains.

Yuva Samata Sene State President Gurnathulli Kashi said, SDPI has not only taken up the responsibility of struggling towards solution for Babri Masjid but is also holding continuous agitations for the purpose. In this respect, we hope that SDPI would certainly succeed in its goal of rebuilding the historical monument and we are all there with the party shoulder to shoulder.

Some of the prominent guests who participated in the seminar were, Equal Rights Forum State President Prof. Shafqat Ali, Dr. Abdul Kareem, AIMIM District President Zubair Ahmed, BAMCEF District President Vinayak, Mufti Moulana Imran, Mufti Faqruddin, Mufti Ismail, Party’s District President Rafiq Lashkar, Vice President Aman Kalegar and others.

A similar seminar was also organized by Sirsi unit which was attended by a large gathering.

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