Indian Social Forum, organized public seminar on ‘Present India and Alternative Politics’ in Cookxon Auditorium, Jubail.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Abdul Hannan, General Secretary of Social Democratic Party of India(SDPI), Karnataka explained the need of politics & role of SDPI towards making India of Equal Rights for all. In his speech he explained todays Indian Political situation and urged all Indian Expatriates to agitate against corruption and communal politics by keeping aside of all differences. He also asked audience to keep equal interest of politics & to educate people about the need of Politics in India.
On this occasion he stressed Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s Three words “Organize, Educate and agitate” & asked people to fight against injustice as Indian constitution guarantees equal rights to all of its citizens. He also explained how SDPI works in India in different level of National/State/District/Assembly/Municipality/Panchayat & how SDPI getting acceptance by Indians.
The program began with the welcome speech and preface by Sherief, Gen. Secretary of Central Committee, Indian Social Forum. He highlighted the need of Social Forum & its activity in Saudi Arabia. He shed light on today’s political Environment & urged all Indian Expatriates to Empower Politically in order to uphold Indian Constitution & its core Value.
The other members on dais were Mr. Imthiaz, President, Eastern Province, India Fraternity Forum, Mr. Wasim, President, Central Committee, Indian Social Forum, Mr. Sharief, President, Karnataka State Committee, Indian Social Forum, Mr. Salim, President, Jubail Branch Committee, Indian Social Forum.
INTERACTION SESSION: Apart from Seminar, an Interaction session also held in Dammam , Khobar and Al Hasa with Community Leaders and Social Workers. Mr. Abdul Hannan delivered political stand and strategies of SDPI. Various Community leaders from different parts of Karnataka, mainly from Gulbarga, Bangalore , Bhatkal , Shimoga, Mysore , DK & Udupi districts were participated in the interaction session. Also some delegates from Bihar, Mumbai and Hyderabad shared their views and suggestions.