Popular Front of India Chairman E. Abubackar has in a statement expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court judgment that allowed Pune Police to continue their fishy investigation against prominent activists Gautam Navalakha, Sudha Bharadwaj, Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves linking them with Bhima Koregaon violence under the draconian provisions of UAPA.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India held at Calicut took a strong exception to the Supreme Court judgment that upheld 1994 Allahabad High Court verdict which opined that Mosque is not essential part of Islam and that Namaz could be offered anywhere. The meeting termed the Supreme Court refusal to refer the case to a Constitution Bench as unfortunate.
Popular Front of India General Secretary M Muhammed Ali Jinnah has stated that the cabinet approval of Triple Talaq Ordinance was not driven by any genuine concern for the well-being of Muslim women; rather, it was a politically motivated move and part of the undemocratic interferences in the religious affairs of Muslim community in the country.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has stated that the decision of the External Affairs Ministry to move the date of 15th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas conference to link the event with Kumbh Mela is part of communal divisive agenda.
Saturday 08 September: A delegation of Popular Front of India visited the mob lynching victim Sajid and his family in Delhi. Under the leadership of State Secretary M. Iliyas the delegation shared the uncalled for mishappenings with victims family at Mukandpur village in North west of Delhi. Sajid who was a tenant of D - Block, street # 7 living with his elder brother and his uncle Javed in A-Block doing hardware's shop told that his nephew Javed came from Bihar just 15 days before the lynching day to start some work of electrician. Father of the victim lives in NOIDA.
New Delhi 5 September: The situation in the country today is that of Emergency. In fact, it may be worse. Anyone who criticizes the government is branded Naxal or Maoist and, on this basis, their homes are raided, they are arrested and sent to jail.
Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker in a statement issued in the context of the Supreme Court legalising homosexuality and gay marriage, cautioned that it would expedite moral and cultural ruin of the society.
Popular Front Kerala state general secretary, CP Muhammed Basheer filed a complaint to News Broadcasting Standard Authority against the derogatory remark made by Republic TV Editor in Chief, Arnab Goswami, against people of Kerala. CP Basheer, in his complaint, alleged that Arnab racially insulted Malayalis and violated journalistic ethics. He said that according to NBSA rules, the first complaint had to be made to Channel Broadcaster and that had done accordingly. If action is not taken within a week, he would file the second complaint.
Patthanamthitta: Popular Front leaders visited the flood affected areas in the district. The team interacted with the victims of the disaster, and evaluated the situation. The delegation included National General Secretary, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, State General Secretary C.P Muhammad Basheer, State Executive Committee member S. Nisar, District President Shafeeq Chungappara and District Secretary Shanavas Muttar.