The report of the fact finding enquiry conducted by the team of Popular Front of India at Shobhapur Village of Jamshedpur where 6 Muslims were lynched to death by a mob "We, a team of eight activists, first held a meeting before we decided to leave for the Shobhapur village where the said incident, that 6 six Muslims were lynched to death by a large violent mob accusing the victims of being child abductors, took place.
Popular Front of India activists and villagers took out a huge protest against police inaction on the Murder of Saman Ali( 45), a farmer in Koimari village in Baksa district of Assam.
He was found dead in the field he had taken on lease from BhagwanMedhi, who lives in the neighboring village. It is learnt that Saman Ali, who had gone to the field on June 1st as usual, was found dead there at about 2:00.
New Delhi :March-7: Janab E Abubacker Chairman ,Popular Front of India met Prince Yaqub Habeebuddin Tusi (of Mughal clan) in Popular Front Headquarters at New Delhi.
Mr Abubakar voluntarily declared his solidarity for the opening of Two mosques of “BIBI KA MAQBERA” (built by Aurangzeb and said to be a replica of tajmahal) which Prince have been fighting for. Further he also presented a Memorandum to concerned authorities demanding opening of said mosques on behalf of PFI.
Gulbarga Huge Rally By Popular Front and other Muslim organisations in Gulbarga against the police brutality . Heavy Police deployed for discouraging the members of different organisations , barricades were put up to stop people from attending the rally, but the people kept coming in and with the number of people swelling ,police then stopped the people at Hafth Gumbad itself.
Adv. Yusuff, NEC Member of Popular Front visited Mahdipur, at Ujjain district yesterday (4.12.16) and consoled the family members of Maajid Nagori, who was killed in Bhopal encounter.
New Delhi, 16 Nov: NCHRO Participated in the Public Meeting at Delhi University condemning the Malkangiri and Bhopal encounters.
The programme was organized by Democratic Students Union (DSU) on "Politics of Extra- Judicial killings: Malkangiri and Bhopal".
Ujjawal Singh, Professor of Delhi University and Prof. Tanweer Fazal spoke about politics of encounter.