Unauthorized building belonging to SDPI cleaned up by civic authorities in Udupi


On Saturday, the Udupi Town Council demolished an unauthorized hotel belonging to a local SDPI leader in the town.

According to reportsUdupi CMC on Saturday demolished an illegal building belonging to SDPI Udupi District Chairman Nazeer Ahmed and his brother Basheer Ahmed after it was discovered that the radical Islamist leader had violated rules and regulations to erect the building un authorized.

The SDPI leader had set up a restaurant named Zara Family Restaurant on land belonging to the Jamia Masjid on Mosque Road in the city. The building did not have planning permission, nor did the hotel have the business license to conduct the activity, City Commissioner Uday Shetty said.

The CMC had asked the SDPI leader and his brother to demolish the illegal building in 2018. However, the owners got a reprieve from the demolition order afterwards. The stay order was recently overturned and the CMC decided to proceed with the demolition.

The demolition campaign was led by city officers including the city commissioner, Udupi tahsildar, the city’s police station sub-inspector, Pramod Kumar. The district authorities had deployed several police officers to keep the situation under control.

According to the CMC, before establishing the hotel, the brothers ran a scrap metal store on an area of ​​about 250 square feet owned by Jamia Masjid. Later, the brothers renovated the premises and established the restaurant in an area of ​​around 1,800 square feet without any approval from the local body, he said.

However, SDPI leader Basheer Ahmed claimed that the CMC’s action was nothing but a political vendetta. Ahmed said authorities acted against them for protesting the hijab wearing order.

It is pertinent to note that PFI, the ideological arm of the radical Islamic organization SDPI and Jamaat-e-Islam, had orchestrated the anti-hijab protests in Karnataka. The PFI and SDPI had drawn up a detailed plan to incite Muslim students in the coastal districts of Udupi, Dakshina Kannada, to sow chaos in the form of protests against hijab.

Recently, a report came to light that the notorious radical Islamic organization Campus Front of India (CFI) – the student wing of Popular Front of India and the banned radical terrorist organization Jamaat-e-Islami Hind advised Muslim students to orchestrating the hijab controversy in Karnataka. This had happened against the backdrop of repeated instances of PFI – the parent organization of Campus Front of India and Jamaat-e-Islami Hind attempting to radicalize Muslim youth, particularly in Kerala and Karnataka.

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