'Capitalist nations trying to control developing nations'

Addressing an  awareness rally on ‘Save nation from the clutches of poverty and slavery’ organised by the Jamaath-e-Islami Hind Youth Wing (JIHYW) near Deputy Commissioner’s Office here on Friday, Yadahalli said that the goal of developing nations is to weaken Indians’ power to protest. “People in the state do not have the mentality to protest for society’s cause. At the same time, they wake up whenever there is a communal riot and fight one another,” he lamented. People should revolt against multi-national companies by rejecting their products, he added.

JIH Youth Wing district convener Mohammed Kunhi said that poverty and slavery are the two key issues before the world. “It is a finest example of slavery that India has to depend on Asian Development Bank (ADB) even for the development of rural roads. People should understand the fact that ADB is not helping Indians. But instead, ADB is lending money to developing nations to make profit,” Kunhi said.

Criticising the policies of the government, Kunhi said that Special Economic Zones (SEZ) will divide the nation’s integrity. “India will be divided into Poor India and Rich India through SEZs,” he added.

Even petty shop owners are bound to follow rules and regulations to run their business. However, it is unfortunate that none of the Indian rules apply for SEZs, Kunhi said.
Further talking about environmental pollution, Kunhi said that about 60 world nations have already banned the manufacture and use of endosulphan. However, India is not keen on banning the spray of deadly pesticide in the nation, he lamented. “Setting up mega industries by acquiring poor farmers’ land can never be considered as development,” he added.

Karavali Karnataka Janabhivridhi Vedike convener Natesh Ullal, Solidarity Youth Movement Kerala State president P Mujeeburrahman, farmer Giriya Gowda, Gregory, JIH state advisory committee member K M Sharif, district convener U Abdussalam, secretary Mohammed Mubeen, Mangalore unit president K M Ashraf,  women’s wing district convener Shamira Jahan, Students Islamic Organisation district convener Nisar Ahmed and Girls Islamic Organisation district convener Ruksana Ullal were present.

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