BJP is playing divisive politics: SGA

Puttur: State General Assembly (SGA) of Popular Front of India, Karnataka held from 18-01-2015 to 20-01-2015 at Freedom Community Hall, Puttur. Relieving state president Abdul Wahid Sait presided over SGA. Abdul Khadar Puttur, general secretary, presented report on the activities and programs of the organization during the last tenure.

The assembly elected state functionaries and executive committee members for next two years. It also discussed the present political scenario of the country and the state and took following resolutions:

Sangh Parivar is inciting communal riots in Coastal districts

There are efforts to divide the society in communal line foreseeing next general assembly and local body elections and to bring back BJP into the power as it is losing ground after its worst performance during its rule in the state. The recent developments in coastal districts and preplanned riots around Puttur, Dakshin Kannada are instances for this. Moreover there are reports of provocative speeches from various parts of the state. Government should take strong measures to stop provocative speeches of Sangh Parivar leaders and provide protection for minorities so that it should assure maintenance of law and order situation in the state.

NDA should stop saffronization of education and should work in favour of constitution instead of Sangh Parivar

Saffronization of different bodeys of the government is prevalent after the arrival of Narendra Modi led BJP government’s into the power. Saffronization of education is very important factor in this issue. School text books are filled with hindutva ideology in a well planned manner. Thus the government is sowing the seeds of communalism in the minds of children. It is a very dangerous development after NDA’s arrival to the power. BJP should give up its communal agenda and should work in favor of Constitution instead of showing its favor to the organizations of sangh parivar.

Stop illegal detentions
Arrest of innocent youths of minority after alleging links with terrorism or banned organization is prevalence in the nation and state. The trend is continuing even after Supreme Court and many lower level courts expressed concerns over it. Recently innocent youths have been arrested from Bhatkal, Bangalore in the pretext of terrorism. It is unfortunate that such developments are continuing even under the chief ministerialship of Siddaramaiah, who is viewed as secular face of Karnataka Congress. Government should avoid its prejudice against Muslims and should book real culprits under law and should release all the innocent youths who were illegally arrested in different cases. State General Assembly has also calls for appropriate steps by government to bring police who have prejudice against Muslims into the right path.

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