In the context of forthcoming Lok Sabha election, Popular Front of India has convened Muslim Political Conclave at New Delhi on 6th March 2019. The conclave was attended by intellectuals, scholars and community leaders belonging to different social and political backgrounds and representing different states. They took stock of the current political scenario, discussed the issues before the nation and resolved to forefront the concerns of the minorities, particularly Muslims.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has expressed deep condolence on the demise of Maulana Esa Fazil Manba’I, the Kerala state president of All India Imam’s Council and a veteran Islamic Scholar in Kerala.
A statement issued by Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has questioned the ban and the ongoing crackdown on Jamaat-e- Islami Kashmir in the state.
Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker has sought an explanation from Congress president Rahul Gandhi on the remarks by AICC General
Secretary Harish Rawat about building Ram temple.
In the context of upcoming Lok Sabha election, Popular Front of India will convene a ‘Muslim Political Conclave’ in the national capital on 6th March 2019 to submit a ‘Peoples Charter of Demands’ on behalf of the minority community before the contesting political parties. Muslim scholars, activists and leaders invited from different states will discuss the current national and state situations and prepare a charter reflecting the concerns of the community for the interested political parties to include in their election manifesto.
Members and supporters of Popular Front of India across the country celebrated February 17 as Popular Front Day. The day marks the 12th anniversary of the formation of the movement. The celebrations started early morning at unit level, with the unit members hoisting the tri-colour flag of the organization and distributing sweets. Wide varieties of programmes followed with the slogan "Defeat the politics of hate", including volunteer parades, people's marches, public meetings, seminars and blood donation camps.
Popular front day is celebrated on the 17th of February every year to commemorate the foundation day of the movement. This year too the day was celebrated across the nation with enthusiasm. The day was marked with flag hoistings, rallies, public programs and distribution of welfare measures.
In the wake of news coming from some parts of the country about the mounting attacks on Kashmiri students and traders, Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker has urged the central and state governments to protect their lives and properties. He has demanded stringent actions against the perpetuators of violence. It is sectarian and hysteric to hold the people in Kashmir and Kashmiris studying and working elsewhere responsible for the act of a suicide bomber. Any sustainable solution to the crisis prevailing in Kashmir is possible only by taking the Kashmir people into confidence.
Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker has expressed shock over the terror incident in Kashmir on Srinagar-Jammu highway in which at least 37 CRPF personnel lost their lives. He conveyed deep condolences to the bereaved families. He said: "We have lost our brave soldiers in this attack which is strongly condemnable."