Hyderabad: We want the reward for our sacrifices, we are not the beggars. We don’t want to beg, we want 12% reservations. We will struggle for getting these reservations. These were the thoughts expressed by Mr. Mohammed Kareem Ahmed, President of MSRAC of Jagtiyal. He was addressing a public meeting to create awareness for getting 12% reservation for Muslims. The meeting was arranged in collaboration with "Popular Front of India", branch Jagtiyal. He told that Mr. KCR had promised to provide 12% reservations to Muslims in his election manifesto which could not be fulfilled till today.
Popular Front West Bengal organized a Scholarship Distribution program in Dhuliyan District today. Their was attend Organization leader Md Asadullah (State Committee Mem), Samsuzzoha, Mamenul Islam and more of our leaders.
Popular Front of India a social movement working for the upliftment of the downtrodden communities demands the state government to implement the 12% reservation for muslims as promised by the Chief Minister of Telangana state during the election campaigns as well as in the party’s manifestos during general elections 2014.
West Bengal: Two-day Workshop on Legal Activism and Human Rights was conducted by Popular Front of India on 29, 30 August 2015. Activists from various parts of the country including West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand had participated in the program.
Question: This is your second term as the chairman of Popular Front of India. You are from Karnataka and your newly elected general secretary is from Tamil Nadu. Is it an indication that the leadership of the organization moving out of Kerala? At the same time, no one is found in the National executive council from outside these three south Indian states. How long will it take for Popular Front to become an organization with a nation-wide appeal and representation?