Resurgence - Sammooha Ezhuchi Manadu - Tamil Nadu State Conference
Friday, February 26th, 2010
People of Tamil Nadu
EM Abdul Rahman
Madurai / 21 February 2010
E. M. Abdul Rahiman
Popular Front of India
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
Kozhikkode: By repeating his baseless allegations against Popular Front of India in the assembly, Kerala chief minister V S Achutanandan was trying to mislead the house and the people of the state, said Popular Front state general secretary, P Abdul Hameed.
He challenged the CM to prove that the documents he quoted in the assembly as evidence for the anti democracy stand of Popular Front, was published by the organization.
Bangalore: Condemning and showing their anguish against proposed ban on cow slaughter in Karnataka, Popular Front of India and several other organizations including Karnataka Beef Merchants Association and Karnataka Komu Souharda Vedike jointly organized a state level protest rally yesterday in Bangalore.
The rally which started at Government Arts College concluded at Bannappa Park. The protest march was attended by large number of people from different groups and organizations which made the city still for sometimes.
Monday, July 26th, 2010
Kozhikkode: Popular Front of India came down heavily on the statement of Kerala Chief Minister V S Achutanandan charge that plans were being made to Islamize Kerala in 20 years using "money and marriages".
The CM’s statement is just like babblings of a madman. It will only help to create communal divide in the society, opined Popular Front state secretariat.
Monday, February 22nd, 2010
Conference - Resurgence
Madurai: Popular Front of India’s 2nd day conference began with the Women’s seminar on the topic "Women for social empowerment" at Hazrath Begum Hall morning11.00am. Popular Front chairman EM Abdur Rahman, national general secretary KM Sheriff, state president M Mohamed Ali Jinnah gave the introductory speech.
Saturday, July 24th, 2010
Nasaruddeen Elamaram inaugurating public meeting at Kozhikkode beach
Saturday, February 20th, 2010
Madurai: Popular Front of india sucessfully started its first state conference - Resurgence, today at Madurai Tippu Sultan ground, Vandiyoor ring road, Madurai. All India imams council state president Abdul Kader Muneeri prayed the Almighty for the sucess of the conference. Four officers took the flag to the state president M.Mohamed Ali Jinnah by a well disciplined flag march. The president hoisted the flag and the conference slogans pitched the sky out of excitation.
Kozhikkode: Tens of thousands of protesters stages protest marches in the major cities of Kerala against the ongoing police atrocities towards Muslim youth under the pretext of investigation into the assault case against a college teacher at Moovattupuzha.
Protesters warned the government, police and media who are trying to target Muslims and malign them and their organization of dire consequences if they continue their witch hunt. It was Popular Front of India organized protest marches and public conferences in Kozhikkode, Perumbavoor and Kollam.