In a statement issued today, Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam has appealed to the people to defeat Sangh Parivar attempts to divide the nation again along religious lines in the name of Ayodhya Bhumi Puja event.
Popular Front of India Chairman, O M A Salam, in statement, has questioned tall claims of impartiality by Delhi police and told that the Delhi High Court calling certain police action mischievous points to a serious situation. Now Delhi high court has questioned the controversial order issued by a Special Commissioner of Delhi Police to his subordinates asking to exercise due care and precaution while making arrests related to riots not to cause "Hindu resentment". The court has called the order "mischievous".
Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam expressed outrage over the ongoing arrest spree in the country against activists and intellectuals and the lack of concern by the authorities for the rising Corona cases among country’s prison population.
Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam, in a statement, has said that the report of the fact finding of Delhi Minority Commission into the violence happened in North East Delhi showed that communal instigations provoked by Hindutva group the reason for violence and Delhi police implicated innocents to save Hindutva culprits.
A resolution passed by National Executive Council Meeting of Popular Front of India has stated that the organization would offer support to the victims of police atrocities and violations in Uttar Pradesh through legal and democratic means.