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   Welfare Party of India concludes grand rally in Delhi, accuses Modi-RSS of dividing the country
Welfare Party of India concludes grand rally in Delhi, accuses Modi-...

Welfare Party of India concludes grand rally in Delhi, accuses Modi-RSS of dividing the country
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New Delhi: The Welfare Party of India (WPI) led a large rally on Wednesday at Parliament Street, New Delhi. Organised under the banner of “India for All Indians” the party also led a march from Mandi House to Parliament Street with several political leaders, social and cultural activists and several other individuals on the foundation day of the party.
 
SQR Ilyas, the national president at WPI, strongly came upon Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for dividing the country into communal lines.
“An atmosphere of fear and mistrust is being created in the society. Attacks against Muslims and Dalits have increased manifold and graph of communal disturbances are mounting up. The country had to bow down its heads in shame before the international community over the brutal rape for days and killing of an innocent eight-year-old girl and the manner in which the incident got official support,” said Ilyas. “India has become selective and the majority is being excluded in the name of religion, caste, development etc.”
 
“The national agitation has seen wide anger and resentment against the polarization politics and observed people’s resolve to work and strengthen plural and united India,” added Ilyas while inaugurating the grand rally.
 
Earlier, delegates from all over the country carrying placards and chanting slogans and songs marched from Mandi House to Parliament Street. The meeting was inaugurated by Rashid Hussain, the National Convenor of the campaign. 
 
K Ambuzakshan, Dalit activist and party’s general secretary, said, “Constitutional institutions and values are being submerged and the nation has been nosediving towards anarchy.”
 
SR Darapuri, former DGP at Uttar Pradesh police called for a joint movement, just like the freedom movement, to save the country from communal and corporate forces.
 
Well known scholar Ram Puniyani stressed the need for deep study of fascism and its strategies. He called for long-term strategy to counter its menace.
 
The programme was also attended by Mohammed Sulaiman, the president at Indian National League, Subramani Arumugam, Khaleeq Ahmed, John Dayal, Sheema Mohsin, Prem Singh, G.K. Goutham, Ansar Abubakar, etc. Family members of Hafiz Junaid, the lynching victim of Haryana, were also present at the rally.


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