Popular Front of India has hailed the Supreme Court order directing the Gujarat government to pay compensation of Rs 50 lakhs and government job to Balkis Bano. Chairman E Abubacker stated that the court order is a slap on the ugly faces of BJP top brass who were in power in Gujarat during the dreadful days of anti-Muslim riots in 2002.
Popular Front of India has strongly condemned the serial blasts on Easter day in Sri Lanka which took away more than 200 lives and left about 500 people injured. Popular Front chairman E Abubacker in statement issued here today expressed solidarity with the people of our neibhouring nation and joined their grief at this hour of mourning.
A resolution passed by the National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India has appealed to the people to defeat BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha election to save the secular democratic future of the country.
RULING that the Maharashtra Police misused its powers and tortured five men imprisoned on false charges of rioting, the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) directed the state’s additional chief secretary (Home) to pay a compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to five Jalna residents. It further directed the Director General of Police (DGP) to initiate a departmental inquiry in the matter.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has stated that the NIA court judgment acquitting Swami Aseemanand and three others in Samjhauta Express bomb blast case is a mockery of justice. He further stated that the suspicious role played by National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the investigation of the case, has once again proved it an unfair agency submissive to government pressure.
Popular Front of India general secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, in a statement issued today, disapproved the news appeared in certain local news papers that Popular Front of India activities still continue in some parts of Jharkhand even after its ban in the state. He further stated that all members at all units in Jharkhand were directed to stop t activities of the organisation with effect from the date of new ban, even while condemning the government decision as undemocratic.