Monday, July 18th, 2011
Popular Front of India chairman E. M. Abdul Rahiman in a letter written to Mr. Salman Khurshid, Minister for Minority Affairs urged the Central Government to solve the issue of Muslim reservation incorporating all genuine demands that came from the Muslim community. He has referred to recent reported statement by the minister that the consultation process on the subject of Muslim reservation is over and the Union Home Ministry was set to submit the final proposal after a meeting of all ministries and governmental agencies to be convened for the purpose.
Press Release Dated, 14th July 2011
Thursday, July 14th, 2011
Popular Front of India strongly condemns the bomb blasts that killed several innocent citizens and seriously injured many more people in Mumbai. We urge the Central and State governments to take all necessary steps to nab the real culprits behind Mumbai blasts and to avoid future acts of terror.
The new acts of terror that shook Mumbai after a long gap have once again brought to the forefront the problem of terrorism that continues to take innocent lives and disrupts peace and security.
Thursday, July 7th, 2011
Kozhikkode: The National Executive Council of Popular Front of India held at Calicut in Kerala decided to intensify mass agitations for quota reservations for Muslims and other religious minorities as recommended by Justice Ranganath Misra Commission.
Friday, June 24th, 2011
Mysore: Popular Front of India, Karnataka State strongly condemns the murder of two students in Hunsur. The murder of students is indeed a very heinous crime and we strongly condemn such acts. Our organisation was actively involved protest and bandh organised in Hunsur demanding arrest of the culprits. Popular Front has always been against all anti-social and criminal activities. We strongly believe that justice should be given to the families of the students by punishing the culprits involved in the case.
Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
Kozhikkode: Popular Front of India state president Karamana Ashraf Moulavi called upon the state government to rein in self financing college managements. By the decision of the government to allow these managements to make admissions in their institutions at their will, the unholy alliance between the two have transpired.