Popular Front of India organised a dialogue session with media persons today at Constitution Club, New Delhi. The programme was attended by a group of journalists who discussed the role of media in the currents political scenario. Popular Front National Secretary Abdul Wahid Sait moderated the session. SDPI National Secretary Dr. Tasleem Ahmed Rahmani initiated the discussion. The participants shared the view that the media should play a proactive role in preserving our secular democratic system as envisaged in the Indian Constitution.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has expressed disappointment over the acquittal of six accused in Pehlu Khan Lynching Case by the trial court in Rajasthan’s Alwar.
This anniversary day of our independence from British colonial rule is more than an occasion
of celebration. Because of independence, the people of India are bestowed with the
democratic system built on a strong constitutional foundation. Though the democratic spirit
of our constitutional system was challenged and threatened many times in the past, it has
never been put to test as severely as it is today. The steps taken by newly sworn central
government within a short period is indicative of their disrespect to democratic and
Once again various parts of our country are being affected by floods and related calamities. Following states like Assam, Bihar, Mahrashtra etc., floods now started in many parts of Kerala and Karnataka. While the government machinery has to work fully in meeting emergencies and rehabilitating affected people, timely involvement of the the people is more important. On previous occasions, joint efforts of social activists and groups could avert situations becoming more tragic.
Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker has stated that the decision of Central Government to change the status of Jammu & Kashmir State and the way it was brought in violate the spirit of democracy and Indian constitution. He said that the decision to abrogate Articles 370 and 35A pertaining to Jammu & Kashmir state is not in the best interest of our nation and its people.
The National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India held in Calicut, Kerala on 3rd & 4th August has stated that BJP is misusing the dominant majority the party has in the parliament for repressive legislations that infringes basic democratic rights. A number of legislations with long term impact like UAPA Amendment Bill 2019, NIA Bill 2019, RTI Amendment Bill 2019 and Triple Talaq Bill were passed by the parliament in a matter of days.
Popular Front of India has announced its Scholarship programme-2019 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 2019-20. Popular Front is implementing this national scholarship scheme for higher education for the 9thconsecutive year.
Popular Front of India General Secretary M Mohamed Ali Jinnah has submitted observations and suggestion to the Draft National Educational Policy 2019.
Popular Front of India General Secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah has today requested all the non-NDA Rajya Sabha MPs to defeat the UAPA Amendment Bill passed by Lok Sabha, by voting against it in the Upper House. He reminded that the mistake committed by them by allowing to pass the controversial NIA Amendment Bill, in spite of clear majority of non-NDA parties in Rajya Sabha should not get repeated. The message was conveyed to MPs individually via E-Mail.
Full text of the mail:
“We hope that this letter finds you in good health and democratic spirits.