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Massive Protests in Kerala against unjust Supreme Court verdict in Babri Masjid case

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Tue, 11/12/2019 - 10:57 -- webadmin

Kerala: Popular Front of India Kerala state committee organized "Declaration of Protest" marches at different parts of the state against the Supreme Court verdict giving Babri Masjid land for the construction of Ram Temple.

Hundreds of youths participated in each of the programs at masses despite the warnings from the authorities of action and cases against whoever spoke against the verdict.

Babri verdict is denial of Justice Speak up for Justice

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 18:06 -- delhipro

The Supreme Court judgement in the Babri Masjid title suit is unjust and hence unacceptable. It is against freedom of religious practices granted to minorities as a fundamental right. Moreover, this verdict is also against all democratic principles and constitutional values. Also it degrades people’s faith in our judicial system and its high esteem and credibility even at international level.

Babri Masjid verdict is unfair, disappointing: Popular Front of India

Sat, 11/09/2019 - 14:44 -- Editor

The Central Secretariat of Popular Front of India views it unfair and expresses deep disappointment over the judgement of Supreme Court delivered today in the Babri Masjid title suit. Though the details are still awaited, as per reports the apex court has handed over the Babri Masjid land for the construction of a temple. And the Muslims are allowed to build Masjid in an alternate land to be allotted to them.

Appeal to pray for our Chairman's speedy recovery

Sat, 11/09/2019 - 08:24 -- Editor

Dear brothers and sisters,
Assalamu Aalikum.
It may be known to those who are close to our chairman, E Abubacker, is suffering from some stomach related disorders for a long time now. By the Grace of Allah, now the root cause of his problem is diagnosed by the doctors and his treatment has started. Abu Saab has personally requested all brothers and sisters to pray for his fast recovery. It is important to understand that at this time your prayers are more important than your visits or calls. We shall continue to provide you with timely updates about his health.

Popular Front asks RSS to prove commitment for peace and harmony in deeds, not in words

Thu, 11/07/2019 - 11:32 -- delhipro

Referring to the promise and advice given by RSS leaders in their meeting with a group of Muslims, reportedly initiated by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Popular Front of India General Secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah has stated that RSS cannot win the trust of religious minorities unless they withdraw their basic ideological documents and apologise for their historic wrongs. He also stated that RSS has no moral right to remind Indian Muslims about communal harmony and respect for judiciary because the community does not carry a history of going against national interest.

Manipuri Muslims hold rally in Imphal

Sun, 11/03/2019 - 14:25 -- Editor

Preoccupied by Ningol Chakouba festival, Imphal was relatively peaceful in the last few days as demonstrations related with Naga peace talks were staged at few places resumed only on Tuesday.

Even as Ningol Chakouba, the biggest non-religious festival in which married women were invited at their parental homes to a special feast will be celebrated widely October 30 , some celebrated it a day earlier on Tuesday.

Popular Front of India hosted the “Dalit-Muslim Dialogue” at Indian Social Institute, Bangalore on 12th October 2019

Sun, 10/13/2019 - 11:54 -- Editor

Popular Front of India hosted the “Dalit-Muslim Dialogue” at Indian Social Institute, Bangalore on 12th October 2019. The programme was attended by the leaders of Popular Front and prominent Dalit leaders, thinkers, intellectuals and journalists. The general secretary, Popular Front Mohammed Ali Jinnah presented the welcome speech which was followed by inaugural speech by prominent dalit leader VT Rajshekar. The discussion paper was presented by Anis Ahmed, Secretary Popular Front. EM Abdul Rahiman, NEC Member, Popular Front of India moderated the discussion.

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