West Bengal Chapter public meeting protesting against the mysterious killing
Welfare party of India unit Nandura dist buldana Maharashtar rally and khitab-e-aam
WELFARE KERALA, KUWAIT LAUNCHING held at Touristic Park, Abbasiya, Kuwait.
Welfare Party Of India Urges Collective Fight Against Draconian Laws
Welfare Party of India Kerala State General Council meet Aluva, near Kochi
Welfare Party of India leaders expressed solidarity with the Keralite Jazeera fighting against sand mafia
Easy availability of liquor must be contained -- Swamy Sookshmananda
WELFARE PARTY OF INDIA ALLEGES POLITICAL PARTIES POLARISING SOCIETY ON COMMUNAL LINES, ASKS ITS CADRE START PRPARATION FOR 2014 LOK SABHA ELECTION
WPI 1st Maharashtra State Confrence, Aurangabad
Campaign of the Welfare Party of India against draconian laws at Jantar Mantar
“New Delhi, 19 December, 2013:
Welfare Party of India demands unconditional apology from the Government of the United States of America. If denied, India should scale down diplomatic relations.
Welfare Party of India views the ill-treatment of Mrs Devyani Khobragade, the deputy consul general of India in New York, as shameful an...
Davangare, Karnataka: The Welfare Party of India Davengere district Women Wing of Karnataka did a commendable job of providing eight Sodium Vapour lamps(street lights) in a slum named Ramakrishna Hedge Nagar inhabitted by more than 5000 people. District president Mohd Hayat and district women wing Convener Ms Farqunda Banu too...
NEW DELHI. 11th December, 2013.
The Welfare Party of India appreciated the Supreme Court ruling that gay sex marriage is a criminal offence. The apex...
Kolkata. 2nd December, 2013.
West Bengal Chapter of the Welfare Party of India organized a rally and a public meeting protesting against the mysterious kil...
New Delhi: September 23. Welfare Party of India will launch a national campaign against all draconian and black laws that undermine democratic values and rights. In a press release issued by the Party Headquarters, convenor of the national campaign P.C. Hamza alleged that in the pretext of fighting terrorism or combating violence, the central and state governments amass extra powers and use it against own citizens.