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Ban in Jharkhand: Popular Front seeks intervention of President and NHRC

Mon, 03/05/2018 - 12:13 -- Sub Editor

In the context of the ban on Popular Front of India by Jharkhand government, General Secretary of the organisation M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, through a memorandum, has sought immediate intervention of President of India and Governor of Jharkhand to get the undemocratic and unethical ban lifted forthwith.

“As a social movement from the backward minority community," says the memorandum, "Popular Front’s focus is on developmental activities like literacy, education, public health and comprehensive empowerment of the poor and the downtrodden masses, especially the Muslims.”

Revoke unconstitutional Ban - Press meeting held at Kolkata

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Mon, 03/05/2018 - 00:18 -- webadmin
Anis Ahmed addressing at Press club Kolkata

Kolkata: Press meeting was held on March 2, 2018 at Press club, Kolkata, West Bengal, following the news about a Ban imposed on Popular Front in Jharkand state by the ruling BJP government.

Anis Ahmed, Secretary of Popular Front of India , addressed media persons and demanded for immediate revocation of unconstitutional Ban imposed on the organization Jharkhand Unit.

EM Abdul Rahiman, National Executive Member of Popular Front of India had accompanied with Dr Minarul Sheikh, the State General Secretary of Jharkand also participated and responded to the media queries.

Political parties from Tamil Nadu demanded Jharkand to lift Ban and withdraw false cases

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Fri, 03/02/2018 - 19:38 -- webadmin

Chennai : Joint Meeting of Political Parties, Organizations and Social Activist's urged the Jharkand Government to Revoke Ban On Popular Front of India in Jharkhand. Social Democratic Party of India organized a joint discussion of All democratic political parties ,organizations and social activists at Chennai today on 2.3.2018.In this meeting about 30 renowned political leaders and social activists participated and expressed their solidarity with Popular Front of India and said that the ban on Popular Front in Jharkhand is undemocratic and nothing but a political vendetta.

Revoke Ban in Jharkhand - Withdraw false cases

Thu, 03/01/2018 - 18:13 -- Sub Editor

Jharkhand state government has banned Popular Front of India, in the state under section 16 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1908. The press release appeared in the official website of the state chief minister on 20th February 2018 cites as the reason for the ban, the alleged influence of ISIS of Syria/Iraq on some members of the Front in southern states. Since the ban, the activities of the organization are stopped in Jharkhand. But it is reported that our members are being harassed and new cases were registered against some leaders and members alleging continuation of the activities.

Ban in Jharkhand an attempt to eliminate anti-fascist activism: Popular Front of India

Tue, 02/27/2018 - 12:05 -- dl_editor

A resolution passed by the Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India held at Mysore stated that the ban imposed on the organization by the BJP Government of Jharkhand is intented to eliminate the kind of activism the organization has demonstrated in the state through legal and democratic means against the fascist forces and their government agencies.

Nationwide Protest against Popular Front ban in Jharkhand : Jharkhand Bhawan March held in New Delhi

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 20:23 -- dl_editor

Peoples protest rallies were held across India protesting against the ban of Popular Front of India in Jharkhand by the state government. Popular Front activists and general public including women participated in demonstrations held in various states, including Manipur, West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, New Delhi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Karnataka, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Revoke ban; Stop harassment Popular Front General Secretary urges Jharkhand Governor, Chief Minister

Thu, 02/22/2018 - 20:02 -- dl_editor

In the context of Popular Front ban by the state government in Jharkhand, M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the general secretary of the organisation has sent urgent letter to the governor and chief minister urging them to revoke the ban and restrain from targeting and harassing members in the name of ban.
Excerpts from the letter:

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