Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam has, in a statement, condemned the brutal terrorist attack on a Sikh place of worship in Afghanistan.
Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam in a press statement welcomed the lockdown imposed in the country in view of preventing the spread of corona pandemic. However, he expressed dissatisfaction that enough preparations have not been made along the execution of such large scale restrictions.
As you all are aware, most of the states have announced restrictions on social movements, transport and commercial activities. The instructions given by the health authorities are very important to protect our country from the Corona pandemic. It is indeed our personal and social responsibility to follow the corona related instructions.
As most of the people are at home, please use your free time for self development. Spend more time in reading and acquiring knowledge. This is also an opportunity for us to take care of our spiritual development.
As we all know that the global scenario has changed with the outbreak of Corona virus. The number of deaths has today cross a staggering figure of 10,000. Most affected countries like Italy and China offer us clear measures of how this pandemic should be contained in our country. Experts also predict that if such an outbreak happens in India the outcome could be disastrous. Authorities have stated that at present our country is going through phase 3 of this pandemic.
The National Executive Council of Popular Front of India, in a statement issued after its meeting held at Bengaluru on 15 March 2020, has urged the Home Minister Amit Shah to come forward with necessary amendments to the relevant sections of the existing Citizenship Rules and the notifications issued regarding the forthcoming the Census linked NPR exercise.
A heavy blow on the ugly face of Delhi Police and their political masters, Delhi Metropolitan Magistrate Prabh Deep Kaur granted bail to Parvez Ahmed , Popular Front of India Delhi state president and state secretary Mohammad Ilyas and member Mohammed Danish. The court asked the investigating officer (IO) to submit a written explanation by March 17 as to why they were not granted bail at first instance, despite the fact that alleged offences being bailable.
Following the path of BJP ruled Uttar Pradesh, the Delhi Police under Central Government cotinues witch hunt of Popular Front members and leaders falsely relating them to violence in North East Delhi, the onus of which is jointly on Sangh Parivar and Delhi Police. Today while involved in preparations for a democratic protest scheduled for tomorrow Popular Front State President Parvez Ahmed, State Secretary Mohammed Ilyas, State office secretary Muqeet are taken to police custody.
In the resolution passed by the meeting of National Executive Council, the Popular Front of India has stated that the violence that rocked North East Delhi for four days starting from 23 February was not a standalone incident of conflict between two sides but a communal pogrom against Muslim community planned and perpetrated by right wing Hindutva leaders and their follower mobs.
Popular Front of India General Secretary Anis Ahmed has rejected reports appeared in a section of media linking the organization with Delhi violence. As per reports, Delhi police has arrested a man allegedly linked to Popular Front for conspiracy to incite the communal riots in North East Delhi. Popular Front rejects the allegation as baseless propaganda and would like to make it clear that the organization is unnecessarily dragged to the incidents in Delhi.