Popular Front of India will launch a two months long “National Campaign for Muslim Reservation” during February and March 2010. The nationwide campaign will start with a Grand Public Meeting at Pune in Maharashtra on 31 January. A Parliament March will be held at New Delhi to mark the conclusion of the campaign.
Sunday, January 3rd, 2010
Popular front of India strongly condemns the irresponsible statement of the Home Minister Mr. P Chidambaram where he equated Jihad with terrorism. Such a statement by the Home Minister shows his ignorance about Islam. This outrageous comparison of the two has hurt the feelings of millions of Muslims in India to the core.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
Popular Front of India will launch a two months long “National Campaign for Muslim Reservation” during February and March 2010. The nation wide campaign will start with a Grand Public Meeting at Pune in Maharashtra on 31 January. A Parliament March will be held at New Delhi to mark the conclusion of the campaign. A series of public awareness programmes including pamphlets, posters, exhibitions, street meetings, vehicle caravans, rallies, seminars and cultural shows will be held in various states as part of the campaign.
Tuesday, December 8th, 2009
New Delhi: Popular front of India general secretary Mr. K.M Shareef alleged that, the government did not give any proper respect and consideration to the Liberhan commission report. The report is a result of a long seventeen years of enquiry.
MARGAO, OCT 30 , Members of the Goa unit of Popular Front of India along with concerned citizens held a peaceful dharna in front of the district Collectorate building to demand an impartial CBI inquiry into the Margao bomb blast and investigate the activities of the fascist communal forces.
A five member group led by Front President Sayed Iftiyaz later handed over a memorandum to the deputy Collector Johnson Fernandes, which amongst other things, demanded that the government arrest all the culprits involved in the bomb blast without any prejudice.
Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
National Public Health Campaign
Popular Front of India has announced a National Public Health Campaign to be held during 1-15 November 2009. The aim of the campaign is to create public awareness about the importance of physical and health care and also people’s role in keeping the environment clean, pollution free and hygienic.