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SDPI will not contest the Lok Sabha elections; it will support the Congress-led UDF

Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) will not contest the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Its leadership has reportedly decided to support the Congress-led UDF. A final announcement is expected by Monday.

SDPI is the political wing of the banned terrorist organisation Popular Front of India (PFI). In the last elections, the SDPI recorded about 1% of the total votes in Kerala. SDPI votes are crucial in Malabar and other radical Islamist areas in different parts of Kerala.

Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM)-led LDF and UDF are not ready to openly accept SDPI support even though they are prepared to welcome SDPI votes. However, both fronts are secretly negotiating with the SDPI. Senior leaders of both fronts met the leaders, including SDPI state president Muvattupuzha Ashraf Moulavi, several times.

Congress and CPM have joined hands with the SDPI to rule several municipalities jointly. They have shamelessly indulged in radical Islamist appeasement. Keralites have recently seen SDPI workers attack RSS cadre, political violence, youth being brainwashed, attacks on Christian priests, police officers with terrorist links, and pro-Hamas rallies. The list of atrocities against Hindus perpetrated for Muslim appeasement is never-ending in today’s Kerala.

Reportedly, the SDPI decided to support the UDF in the Lok Sabha elections after meeting with some senior UDF leaders on 28 March. Meanwhile, the party explained that the national leadership decided not to contest in Kerala since the organisation could not find the enormous amount required for the election campaign.

Recently, the central leadership instructed the state leadership in this regard. Earlier, the list of candidates prepared by the district committees was sent to the state secretariat.

At present, SDPI has decided to contest 60 seats. In Tamil Nadu, SDPI is contesting from the Dindigul seat with the support of former chief minister J Jayalalitha’s All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK). At the AIADMK headquarters in Chennai, general secretary Edappadi K Palaniswami disclosed the electoral deals made with partners, revealing that his party had given SDPI the Dindigul seat.

Jayalalitha consented to back the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led BJP’s victorious election campaign. By 1997, scandals and corruption threw Jayalalitha’s AIADMK out of power, but the party still held eighteen seats in Parliament. Still, she used her voting bloc as a stick to force Vajpayee to reshuffle cabinet members and grant her additional favours. Although Vajpayee agreed to most of her requests, Jayalalitha was never satisfied.

The Vajpayee government lost the day on 17 April 1999, only to return to power dramatically a few months later. Vajpayee faced a no-trust motion, which he lost by one vote when the AIADMK, the BJP’s coalition partner, withdrew its support. The NDA received 269 votes to the opposition’s 270. But that is another story.

The central government lockdown on the PFI terror outfit is one reason for SDPI’s financial crisis. Alleged withdrawal due to insufficient funds is a lie and an eyewash. The Congress and SDPI have other plans. They have joined hands and reaped the benefits.

Recently, Congress backed the PFI ban but aligned with SDPI. The SDPI originally planned to contest in 100 constituencies in the 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections, but it decided to contest only 16 seats to assist the Congress in beating the BJP. SDPI workers campaigned for Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S) candidates.

Interestingly, in its manifesto, Congress announced it would ban the PFI if they were voted to power in the Karnataka Assembly Election 2023. By consolidating radical Islamist votes, the Congress won the Karnataka elections. We now witness a disaster in that state.

Radical extremist elements now terrorise Hindus, bomb blasts in Bengaluru, grooming jihad is on the rise, pro-Pakistan slogans are raised in the assembly, crores are unreasonably allocated for the minorities using temple funds, and our temples are desecrated.

Like in Kerala, atrocities against Hindus are on the rise in today’s Karnataka. Most of the violence is allegedly perpetrated by PFI terrorists while corrupt Congress leaders fill their coffers.

Will the SDPI’s withdrawal from the Lok Sabha elections affect the final election tally? If it does, it is feared that Hindu downfall will also begin. A cocktail of Islamist terrorism and politics does not augur well for Hindus.

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