“We welcome the judgment of Jharkhand high court quashing the ban on Popular Front of India imposed by the by state government. We feel it is a mile stone in the judicial history. It clearly conveyed the message that the legal remedy will never be forbidden to any citizen while striving for the genuine causes, unity and integrity of our beloved nation.
In a significant judgment , Jharkhand High Court has struck down the state government order banning the activities of Popular Front of India in the state, declaring it as “arbitrary, unreasonable and against the sanctity of law”. The court has also quashed all the cases related to the ban. The fact that government raised severe allegations against a people’s movement including terror links and failed produce any evidence for it before the court, points to the nefarious methods of the Jharkhand government.
Popular Front of India chairman E. Abubacker has welcomed the Jharkhand High Court order which revoked the Jharkhand government decision of banning the activities of the organization in the state.
He stated that the observations made by the High Court expose communal and fascist agenda of BJP government in Jharkhand which imposed ban on the organization.
Popular Front chairman E Abubacker stated that with the demise of veteran journalist and columnist Kuldip Nayar India has lost a fearless defender of civil rights and a strong advocate of peace among nations. For Mr. Nayar, media was a means of fighting against state terrorism and tyranny of governments. Following his tradition of standing up against emergency imposed by Mrs.Gandhi, he was equally worried about the recent state of undeclared emergency under present BJP rule. Born in Sialkot which is now in Pakistan, he was forced to migrate to India.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India has demanded the central government to declare Kerala floods a national disaster and appealed to people all over the country to help their best in rebuilding the state.
The National General Assembly (NGA) of Popular Front of India held at Malabar House in Mallapuram, Kerala during 10-12 August 2018 concluded with a call to all secular, democratic forces and depressed class movements for building a joint political resistance in every state and constituency to Keep RSS away from power after 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Other resolutions highlighting various national issues of current importance were also passed in the concluding session of the Assembly.
The National General Assembly of Popular Front of India began at Malabar House at Puthanathani in Kerala. The Assembly started when Chairman E. Abu Backer hoisted the tricolor flag of the organization.
The demise of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, DMK patriarch and Tamil scholar Karunanidhi has deeply saddened us. He was in public life for more than eighty years and his impact on the Tamil Nadu and national politics for more than half a century was highly valuable. He was the torch bearer of social justice. The multi talented life of Mr. Karunanidhi was an apt illustration of commitment and hard work. The younger generation has a lot to learn from his life. His demise is a great loss for the people of Tamil Nadu and India.
Responding to the 2nd final draft of the National Register for Citizens (NRC) released today Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker, in a statement, cautioned about a very big humanitarian tragedy that has emerged in Assam. He has called for urgent interventions of the government, judiciary, national political parties and human rights agencies to prevent a large population of Bengali speaking Indian citizens in Assam becoming refugees in own homeland.
Popular Front of India has announced its Scholarship programme-2018 in New Delhi today. This scheme supports poor and meritorious students who wish to pursue higher studies after completing the Higher Secondary (12th). Applications are invited from students who are pursuing their course in the academic year 2018-19. Popular Front is implementing this national scholarship scheme for higher education for the 8th consecutive year.