New Delhi / 8-09-2016 Popular Front of India chairman K. M. Shareef inaugurated Sarva Shiksha Gram (SSG) project in two villages of Bihar, Thuthibagh and Chotigidamar in Katihar district.
Popular Front of India chairman KM Shareef conveyed happy greetings to all brothers and sisters who celebrate Eid. He stated that Bakra Eid comes with the memories of our great grandfather Prophet Ibrahim who relentlessly stood up to his last breath for the great ideals of One God and One Humanity against forces of tyranny and oppression. His purity of mind, uncompromising loyalty to principles and readiness for sacrifice are the qualities that should be followed in our life.
New Delhi 3rd September 2016 : The inaugural program of the national campaign 'Stop politics of hate' was held at Nagercoil, kanyakumari dist., Tamil nadu, on September 1, 2016. The month long campaign by Popular Front of India includes public speeches, street meets, and seminars.
The inaugural program's presidential speech was delivered by K.M. Sheriff, national chairman of Popular Front. He mentioned that the hate speeches by the Sangh Parivar leaders are not just against the minorities and dalits, but against the entire humanity.
New Delhi: The national campaign of Popular Front of India “ Stop Politics of Hate” will be launched tomorrow i.e. 1st September 2016 in a grand public meeting at Nagercoil, Kanyakumari dist., Tamil Nadu. The campaign will be inaugurated by the Chairman of Popular Front of India Mr. K.M. Shareef. The conclusion programme of the campaign will be held at New Delhi on 3rd October.
New Delhi: A resolution passed by the meeting of the National Secretariat of Popular Front of India held in New Delhi called upon the government to stop the covert saffronisation and corporatization of the country’s educational system and to solve the systemic problems of teaching. While The Draft New Education Policy 2016 affirms the existence of serious problems with current education system, it does not have anything substantial to offer in addressing those problems.
Popular Front of India is holding a month long campaign called ‘Stop Hatred’ from September 1 to 30, against the growing atmosphere of hate in the country. The Ideals of tolerance and peaceful co-existence has been seriously threatened by the recent political and social developments in our country, especially after the present central government coming to power. We are witnessing a surge in the communal vigilantism against people for what they speak and what they eat.