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E Abubacker elected as Chairman of Popular Front

Wed, 01/11/2017 - 20:37 -- althaf

Calicut: The National General Assembly (NGA) of Popular Front of India held at Malabar House, Malappuram, Kerala has elected E Abubacker as the Chairman of Popular Front of India for the new term. The other functionaries elected are OMA Salam as Vice Chairman, Mohammed Ali Jinnah as General Secretary, Abdul Wahid and Anis Ahmed as Secretaries and Mohammed Shahabuddin as the Treasurer.

Popular Front condemns genocide of Syrian people; expresses solidarity with popular revolution

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Wed, 12/14/2016 - 17:28 -- webadmin

New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman KM Shareef in his statement today condemned the genocidal attack unleashed on the defenseless people of Aleppo by the armed forces of the dictator Basharul Assad with the support of Iran, Russia and Shia militias. What is happening in Syria is a genocidal attack on the people because they have stood up against decades-long brutal dictatorship for their democratic rights. Thousands of people including women and children are stuck in the city. There are reports of rape and children being burned alive.

Rebuild Babri Masjid: Popular Front demands to fulfill the promise

Mon, 12/05/2016 - 17:02 -- dl_editor

In a statement released on the eve of the 24th anniversary of the demolition of the historic Babri Masjid by Hindutwa forces, Popular Front Chairman K M Shareef demanded rebuilding Babri Masjid at its actual site as was promised by the government to the nation immediately after the demolition. The attack had left a permanent blemish on the face secular democratic face of India. Babri Masjid demolition was a deliberate attempt by Sangh Parivar. The demolition would not have been possible without the support of the Congress party which was in power at the time.

Popular Front expresses concern over the upsurge in state terrorism

Thu, 12/01/2016 - 11:13 -- althaf

The National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India held at Calicut, Kerala, in a resolution, expressed deep concern over the upsurge in state violence of various forms in the country. Brutal measures like fake encounters and draconian laws are increasingly being used to quell political dissent. In the last two months itself, dozens of people were killed in police encounters in various part of the country. Muslims, Dalits and Adivasis constitute majority of the victims in these extra judicial killings and other repressive measures.

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