Massive rallies with hundreds and thousands of cadres, supporters showed their presence during the nomination submission in 3 different constituencies of Rajasthan. In the upcoming assembly elections of northern India, SDPI has fielded its 3 candidates in the State nto the constituencies viz. Kota North, Kama & Bundi. The participation of women was a specific seeing in the rallies. A group of intellectuals representing different communities of were among the participants in the Kota North constituency while the candidate submitted his nomination. Mohammed Shafi is a political icon for the youth and he is a popular leader ruling the hearts of massive youths in Rajasthan. Currently he is the Party’s president of Rajasthan State.
Hafiz Manzoor Ali Khan, a celebrity among the backward classes is the SDPI’s candidate for Kama constituency, was followed by a large number of his supporters, about 2 thousand supporters from different villages of the constituency recorded their support in the Pad-Yatra that headed for the submission of nomination. Hafiz Manzoor is a well known cleric, a social activist, has been associated with a number of organizations in serving the oppressed communities. Earlier he was an active member of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind & SIO. Currently he is the State Secretary of Jamiat Ulema e Hind, Rajasthan. Hafiz Manzoor is associated with Social Democratic Party of India right from the foundation of the Party 4 years ago and is serving the Party as the National Vice President.
Moinuddin Sagar, a social activist and SDPI’s candidate who submitted his nomination from the Bundi constituency is a crowd pullar, specifically the youth. About 3 thousand youths participated in the large procession. A flood of youth marched with Moinuddin Sagar in a rally towards the returning officer for submitting the nomination papers.