2 June, 2016 New Delhi: Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) Kerala State Committee held a Representative Meet at Trissur today. The meet was participated by State Committee Members, districts and assembly representatives as well as candidates of the recently concluded General Assembly Election in the state, has been inaugurated by National Vice President Adv. Sharfuddin Ahmad.
While addressing the gathering Adv Sharfuddin said, we should recommit to facing challenge, one hand created at right by RSS led NDA at the Centre and at Left by CPM led alliance in the State of Kerala, 8 states are suffering with acute drought, 29,000 villages in Vidarbha and Marathwara alone, but Modi Government spends thousands of crores on advertising it’s 2 years completion totally ignoring the priority of commoners.
Sharfuddin said, SDPI is to create a hand to intervene, so need continuing efforts 24/7, throughout the year to prove we are a party with a difference and committed to paradigm change, as we have been doing so since the foundation of our Party, keeping service to the people as our priority. Our lethargic state in non-election period would lead us to undesirable situations. We have to prove our sincerity to our principle by our programs and actions. We have to attune ourselves to attract women, dalits and weaker sections to our folds to create a national alternative in politics and have to shape new role models in public life. He further said, people from different backgrounds are taking notice of our potential and our ranks are being joined in several states by them including VIPs so patience, preservancce and sincerity on our part is the prime test to succeed in establishing Social Democracy in India.
Since the Modi Government took over the reins, relentless communal riots, cases of discrimination, rampant corruption and numerous grave issues have been witnessed, said SDPI Former President E Abubacker.
SDPI State President Adv. KM Ashraf presided over the function and those on the dais were Abdul Hameed, Manoj Kumar, Thulaseedharan Pallikal, Nasruddin Elamaram, Roy Arakkal, Jaleel Neelambra and several other party leaders.