15th April 2016, Kota Rajasthan: The Rajasthan state has conducted members convention in Kota, Bhilwara and Sawi madhavpur. These conventions are a get together of the members of popular front. these conventions were presided by the Chairman of the Popular Front, KM Shareef. Along with the chairman NEC members Anis Ahmed, Abdul Samad, state president Anis Ansari also attended the conventions.
Guwahati: Popular Front Chairman K.M. Sheriff conducted a Press Meet at Dispur Press Club, Guwahati, on March 16,2016, as the part of his Assam visit in connection with the upcoming Assam Assembly election. He appealed the people of Assam to defeat BJP and to bring secular forces in power.
Popular Front of India, Maharashtra chapter, organized a scholarship distribution program for 2015-16 on Sunday 28th February 2016 at Nanded. Scholarship was awarded to 30 students from various fields of higher education from Aurangabad, Akola and Nanded.
Popular front of India is a neo socio organization which strives for the betterment of the weaker section of society. For empowerment of every society the education complies a back bone, taking notes from that Popular front of India started giving scholarship to the poor and meritorious students who wish to pursue higher studies after completing HSC (higher secondary certificate), despite of their financial condition.
The renowned writer, commentator and rights activist Mr. Ram Puniyani was awarded NCHRO’s Mukundan C Menon Award 2015, in a graceful function at Al Karimi Library Hall of Anjuman-E-Islam, CST, Mumbai. The program started at 4.45 pm and the dignitaries that graced the occasion were Mr. Ram Puniyani, Justice Suresh Hosbet (Retired Judge Bombay High Court), Adv. Amin Solkar (Legal Activist), Adv. Shabana Khan (National Vice Chairperson NCHRO), Sadique Qureshi (Social Activist), Mr.
Puduchery: Hundreds of People took part in the mass rally towards Secretariat from Kamban Kalaiyarangam on February 29, organized by J.Rafi, Puduvai state Secretary and submitted a memorandum to the chief Minister Rangasamy.
A State level campaign was organised to press the demand for the reservation for socially educationally more backward Muslim community in Group B government postings and to increase state level reservations further upto 4% in recruitment.