Popular Front of India is holding a month long campaign called ‘Stop Hatred’ from September 1 to 30, against the growing atmosphere of hate in the country. The Ideals of tolerance and peaceful co-existence has been seriously threatened by the recent political and social developments in our country, especially after the present central government coming to power. We are witnessing a surge in the communal vigilantism against people for what they speak and what they eat.
New Delhi: In a statement responding to the Hindutwa attacks on Dalits in Gujarat, Popular Front of India Chairman KM Shareef demanded strong action against the culprits and ensure the safety and security of the Dalits. It is shameful for a democratic society that a group of people attacked others for their food habits and then lynched them in public that too in the presence of police.
The Chairman of Popular Front of India, KM Shareef expressed his heartfelt condolences on the death of Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant for Babri Masjid.
Born in 1921, for most part of his life from the young age of 28 until its end this morning at the age of 96, he was in the forefront of a legal wrangle for the cause of Babri Masjid. His legal fight started in 1949 from when the Masjid began to be targeted.His life and the legacy he leaves behind is a lesson in perseverance.
Popular Front of India announces scholarship program 2016. This scholarship scheme is for poor and meritorious students who wish to pursue higher studies after completing Higher Secondary (12th). Applications are invited from students who are pursuing their course in the academic year 2016-17. It’s is the sixth consecutive year Popular front is implementing this national scholarship scheme for higher education.
Popular Front of India National Executive Council meeting condemned the despicable
violence unleashed by Indian army on unarmed protesters in Kashmir. According to the
reports, more than thirty people have been killed, and hundreds have lost their eye
sight and sustained disfiguring injuries from lethal pellet firing, a new experiment with
cruelty. Many of the victims are children who have nothing to do with what is taking
place in the state. There is no justification for this bare violation of human rights. Army
Popular Front of India general secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah strongly deplored the news published and telecast in few media that, ‘Pakistan zindabad’ slogans were raised in a protest rally conducted by the organization in Patna, Bihar.
Popular Front of India chairman KM Shareef in a statement condemned the ongoing tirade and demonization from some sections of right wing politics and government against Islamic scholar Dr. Zakir Naik and MIM leader and Member of Parliament Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi. Both of them are public personalities and whose activities have been open in the mainstream.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman KM Shareef in a statement said that the latest move by the BJP led central government for seeking Uniform Civil Code is part of the ongoing communal polarization being spearheaded by Hindutva forces ahead of UP elections. There has been an intensified attempt for communal polarization in the wake of assembly elections in and around the state lately. A number of minor and major attempts were recently reported. BJP MP Hukum Sigh’s false accusation of Hindus leaving Kairana out of fear of Muslims was one of such incidents.
Former Mumbai High Court Justice B G Kolse Patil, Pune who is a forefront defender of people's rights visited Popular Front of India headquarters at New Delhi. Adv. Sharafudheen Ahmed, Vice President of SDPI was also with him. E M Abdul Rahiman, Vice Chairman, Abdul Wahid Sait, Secretary, Mohammed Arif Ahmed, PR Director and members of office staff received him. Justice Patil has appreciated the activities of the organisation and said that broad based alliance among marginalised sections is needed in order to defeat communal and fascist forces
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman KM Shareef in a statement demanded that Central Board of Secondary Education withdraw the controversial circular it had sent to all schools under it, as part of the celebration of International Day of Yoga. It is the very spirit of our secular constitution that is being questioned by making any particular religious practice part of an school curriculum.