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
Popular Front of India Manipur State organized a Free Medical camp today the 17th May 2016 at the campus of Manipur Creative School, Kwakta within Bishnupur District of Manipur. In the said camp, we got well support from the public of the village as well as school authorities. Popular Front of India has been doing free medical camp throughout the nation to promote good health. As a part of this, Popular Front of India Manipur State organized this camp under the community development program of Popular Front of India in collaboration with Manipur Creative School.
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.
New Delhi, 13 April 2016: NCHRO conducted a Two-day National level Human Rights workshop for activists at Delhi on 11 and 12 of April.
NCHRO National Exco member Prof. Shamsul Islam (Delhi University) inaugurated the workshop.
New Delhi: Former Delhi High Court chief justice AP Shah has claimed that the execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru and 1993 Mumbai serial blasts accused Yakub Abdul Razzak Memon were politically motivated.
Speaking exclusively to news channel CNN-IBN, the former chairman of the Law Commission, opined that while Afzal was let down by the executive, there were still some grounds for favouring the mercy petition of Memon.