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Social Democratic Party of India has put forth the slogan of "Freedom from Hunger, Freedom from Fear" in its manifesto in first National Delegates Meet on 18 October 2009. The manifesto calls for the empowerment of all marginalized sections of the society by mobilizing themselves into a political force, instead of remaining as mere vote banks of different political parties in elections. It has demanded balanced representation of all social groups in legislatures and all administrative bodies nominated by government, in proportion to their population. Abubacker, in his presidential address said SDPI wants to unite Muslims to make them a force to reckon with so that its importance is recognized and is granted its constitutional rights.

Social Democratic Party of India shall stand for the realization of a social order and political system based on the great ideals of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity enshrined in the Indian Constitution. It shall mobilise the people to enjoy civil rights through democratic struggles including elections. Social Democratic Party of India shall strive for the establishment of governance in the Union and the States, capable of fulfilling equal rights to all citizens and all classes in India. It aims to unite all depressed classes in a national political movement. Social Democratic Party of India upholds a political ideology founded on the following principles:

National integration, communal amity and social harmony
Democratization of society and politics
Rule of law and Human Rights
Freedom from fear and hunger
Eco-friendly and non-destructive development model
Welfare and progress of the weaker sections
Security and dignity of the marginalized classes
Cultural identity of the tribal, the dalits and the minorities
Empowerment of minorities and backward castes
Unity and solidarity among the depressed communities
Proportionate Representation to ensure share in power to all classes.

The SDPI has been involved with several socio-political causes.

In line with the mandate of the Right to Education, the SDPI sought 25% of seats in private schools in the district of Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu for the academic year 2015. The petition to the District Collector also asked for transparency in school admissions and fee structure.

In April 2015, the SDPI protested against the Police killings of the 20 workers from Tamil Nadu working in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The party accused the AP police of staging a fake encounter in the name of self-defence. The party demanded the government to lodge a criminal case against the police personnel responsible for these killings.

In February 2016, around 30 cadres attempted to stage ‘sleeping protest’ in front of the Divisional Office of Department of Highways, protesting to repair of the Palayamkottai – Papanasam Road (in Tamil Nadu). Other political parties and the public had been repeatedly appealing to the Department of Highways to have this 52-km stretch re-laid. The officials had chosen to ignore the plea and were keen on re-laying only stretches that was used by Ministers and other VIPs during the Governor's visit to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University,earlier.

The Jisha Murder Case in 2016 had created statewide agitation for a speedier justice.

The SDPI along with the DYFI had blocked the Kerala CM Oommen Chandy who had come to Perumbavur to meet the kin of Jisha's. Post visit, the CM said that the The investigations are being carried out with efficiency.

In March 2016, the Mathrubhumi had reproduced an offensive comment about Prophet Muhammad that was initially posted on Facebook.

The paper was forced to offer an apology after the party and other organisations outlined how the post had "hurt the sentiments of the community", with strong protest outside the newspaper's office.

Several SDPI offices have been raided by Kerala Police,[12][13] Suspected weapons training camps and arms stockpiling were seized in Narath, Kannur district from the offices and other centers of PFI and SDPI.[14][15] Though the party denied any involvement, the charge-sheet filed by National Investigation Agency (NIA) blamed Popular Front of India (PFI) and their political outfit Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) in conducting arms training camps across the state under the pretense of health awareness camps and yoga classes.[16][17] According to the FIR, the 24 accused in the case were reportedly the members of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).Cases were registered under sections 143, 147, 153(B), R/W 149 of IPC, section 5(1)(a) r/w 25(1)(a) of Arms Act, section 4 of Explosives Act and section 18 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act of the Indian Penal Code.

4 SDPI activists were arrested for attack on two Communist Party of India (Marxist)(CPI-M) members at Mangalam, Tirur, on 29 January 2014.[21][22] SDPI accepted the responsibility after a video of this violent attack was aired by major television channels. However the party justified the attacks reasoning that it needs to safeguard its members. As per the party's District President,the attack was just an emotional reaction from its members to an attack the CPM executed against one of its members on the same morning.

In 2014 a private school in south Kerala removed Vande Mataram from their Independence Day programme after workers of the SDPI threatened to disrupt the programme, saying that some of the words in the song were against the religious beliefs of the Muslim community. The school also dropped the namaste gesture from a dance number performed during Independence Day celebrations, inviting sharp criticism from various quarters. The national song was dropped after several rounds of rehearsals. When the issue snowballed into a raging controversy, school management denied any external pressure. SDPI justified the changes in the programme saying that they approached the school management after a number of parents complained that some words in Vande Matraam and the gesture namaste were against their religious beliefs.

In 2015, the acquitted SDPI candidate, Dr. Anas accused the NIA and the police of falsely targeting both the SDPI and the Popular Front of India. Dr. Anas had won the block panchayat election while in prison for the palm chopping case. The victory "reflected public sentiments against police action.

SDPI has representations in 16 states of India including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andrapradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Puducherry, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Bihar, Delhi, Rajasthan, Hariyana and Manipur. It has made state level and district level local committees in most of the states.[26][not in citation given] SDPI has shown its presence in recent elections 68 SDPI Candidate Won BBMP election held in Karnataka, Kerala, Rajasthan.[27][28] The party won 14 seats in four municipalities in the 2010 local body election in Kerala.[29][unreliable source?][better source needed] It won 62 seats in the Local body election 2011 in Tamil Nadu.[30][self-published source] Karnataka saw more than one lakh votes polled in favor of the party in the 24 Assembly segment but the party's individual candidates did not win any seat. He pointed out forming local alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party to underline his party's secular credentials. However, by nominating only two non-Muslim candidates in the 24 constituencies (both in reserved constituencies), the SDPI reaffirmed its image as a party in pursuit of the Muslim vote. The SDPI State president also claimed that as the national level, the party shares a good rapport with the Janata Dal (United) as well as the Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party.

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