Bangalore: Condemning Israel attack on Gaza and demanding Indian government to snap ties with Israeli government Social Democratic Party of India tried to siege Israel consulate office in Bangalore recently.
The leaders of the party said that dictator country Israel is conducting deadly attack in Gaza and it will be a betrayal for humanity if the world failed to curb its offences. They demanded that Indian government should snap all diplomatic and economic ties with Israel to bring international pressure on the Zionist country.
Israel should stop its inhuman attack on Gaza. If it failed to do so, UN, instead of sticking into express pity, should take stern action.
The party submitted a memorandum to UN and central government through the state government.
The cadres and supporters of SDPI did not even care the heavy rain fall during their expression of ire against Israel. They took a rally from town hall to siege Israel diplomatic office in Yashavanthpur, where they were blocked by police, who arrested the leaders of the party while they tried to continue the rally. Later they were let down.
SDPI national committee member Mohammad Sakib, state president Abdul Majeed, district president Fayaz Ahmed, Bangalore district secretary Umar Faruq, state secretary Sheikh Siraj, president of SDTU Puttananjayya, state working committee member Javed Azam and others led the protest.