New Delhi, 29th July 2022: Social Democratic Party of India condemns the nefarious
intention of Madhya Pradesh BJP Govt. imposing NSA Act on Samiulla Khan who won
recently held Urban Local Body election in Ward No: 12 of Shajapur City. SDPI National
Secretary Abdul Sathar said, the BJP Government is misusing the Police and Act to instil fear
in the minds of SDPI cadres and to detract them from mainstream politics. This is absolutely
anti-constitution and against the basic ethics of governance.
The Shajapur District Administration has imposed NSA on the SDPI Councillor for fictitious
reason on the behest of VHP members. They alleged that anti-national slogans were called
in the victory celebration during the day of announcement of results of City Municipal
Council election. This allegation was made after 5 days of the event. The video footages of
the event have no witness of such happenings. However, the police claim that the VHP
members produced a video clip alleging anti-national slogans which is deliberately
concocted by them. Surprisingly, the police acted to the tunes of conspirators without
sending the video clip to the forensic lab to check the reliability and genuity of the same.
Abdul Sathar said, the police have registered FIR on newly elected Councillor for convening
victory rally without police permission. He said, this is ridiculous as the councillor or his
followers didn’t convene the rally. The supporters and the voters gathered at the vicinity
to congratulate the winning candidate on the day of announcement of the result. The fans
of many newly elected councillors have gathered in the same manner to celebrate the
winning, but there is no FIR filed on them. This shows that the Police and the BJP
government are hand in gloves in conspiring to oppress a section of people through filing
cases and imposing NSA. Abdul Sathar said, SDPI will fight constitutionally and legally
against this malicious intent and discriminating policies.
Central Office
Social Democratic Party of India
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