Popular Front of General Secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah visited the house of the two victims who were brutally beaten up by cow vigilantes. The two men, Hafiz Abdul Khalid, 25 and Ali Hasan, 35 were attacked outside a Madrassa at Prem Nagar near Nangloi in west Delhi on 14th September 2016 evening as they were removing remains of buffaloes slaughtered for Eid the previous day. The men dragged the two out of a tempo and hit them with iron rods. They called in more men and soon, around 24 vigilantes allegedly stripped and beat the two victims with sticks.
The Kerala State finale of the month long Popular Front campaign “Stop, Politics of Hate” took place here in the historic city of Kozhikode with a grand public meeting preceded by volunteer march and a massive public rally.
Zakkiya Jafri, the widow of Ihsan Jafri who was brutally mutilated and killed by the Sangh Parivar terrorists in Gujarat in 2002 was the chief guest of the event.
Mrs. Zakkiya Jafri, widow of the former Congress MP Ihsan Jafri who was brutally slain by the Hindutwa fascists in the 2002 Gujarat genocide said that she was feeling proud of the massive protest taking place in Kerala against fascism. Those who came to power in the name of development are endeavoring to grow hatred and rancor in the country, she said.
She was the chief guest in the grand public meeting held as part of the state-level concluding session of the month long nation-wide campaign “Stop Politics of Hate” held by Popular Front of India.
New Delhi: The conclusion programme of Popular Front of India’s national campaign “Stop Politics of Hate” was held today at Talkatora stadium, New Delhi. The welcome speech was presented by Mohammed Ali Jinnah, general Secretary of Popular Front of India in which he presented the impact of the campaign throughout the country and also welcomed all the guests. Chairman of Popular Front KM Shareef delivered the presidential address in which highlighted the current situation of the country. He stated “the road to power for the BJP was made easy by the disunity of the secular parties.
Popular Front of India will hold a huge public gathering named “National People’s Conference” at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi on 3rd Oct. 2016 at 10 am. This conference is to mark the conclusion of the month long campaign going on all over the country with the theme ‘Stop Politics of Hate’.
Marking the conclusion of the month long National campaign “Stop Politics of Hate” by Popular Front of India, a huge public gathering “National People’s Conference” will be held at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi on 3rd Oct. 2016 at 10 am. The conference presided over by Chairman of Popular Front K M Shareef will be addressed by national leaders of secular parties, community organisations, and human rights groups.
NEW DELHI: Popular Front Chairman KM Shareef in a statement strongly condemned the attack on Indian army base in Uri which killed 18 Indian soldiers. He expressed deep condolences on the lives lost in the attack. Our prayers are with the families and friends of the brave men who sacrificed their lives while defending the nation, he said.
New Delhi / 8-09-2016 Popular Front of India chairman K. M. Shareef inaugurated Sarva Shiksha Gram (SSG) project in two villages of Bihar, Thuthibagh and Chotigidamar in Katihar district.
Popular Front of India chairman KM Shareef conveyed happy greetings to all brothers and sisters who celebrate Eid. He stated that Bakra Eid comes with the memories of our great grandfather Prophet Ibrahim who relentlessly stood up to his last breath for the great ideals of One God and One Humanity against forces of tyranny and oppression. His purity of mind, uncompromising loyalty to principles and readiness for sacrifice are the qualities that should be followed in our life.
New Delhi 3rd September 2016 : The inaugural program of the national campaign 'Stop politics of hate' was held at Nagercoil, kanyakumari dist., Tamil nadu, on September 1, 2016. The month long campaign by Popular Front of India includes public speeches, street meets, and seminars.
The inaugural program's presidential speech was delivered by K.M. Sheriff, national chairman of Popular Front. He mentioned that the hate speeches by the Sangh Parivar leaders are not just against the minorities and dalits, but against the entire humanity.