In the wake of voices being echoed in the country about an imminent implementation of National Register of Citizens (NRC), Popular Front of India has called upon all sections of people to Oppose NRC outside Assam. The National Executive Council meeting of the organisation held at Calicut in Kerala for three days to deliberate on current national situation was concluded by adopting few more resolutions. The meeting expressed deep concern over the growing intimidation attempts and assaults on litigants and lawyers appearing for Babri Masjid in the Supreme Court.
As a step towards uniting people in endeavors for protecting their fundamental rights and maintaining a peaceful atmosphere free from fear and hatred, Popular Front of India convened “Community Leaders Convention” on 7 September 2019 at N.D. Tewari Bhawan in New Delhi. The programme was attended by more than 200 delegates drawn from Delhi and adjacent states representing different local organizations and institutions.
Popular Front of India General Secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah has expressed disappointment over the reports that culprits were acquitted in 40 of total 41 cases of Muzaffarnagar riots in which verdicts have been delivered by the courts. Only one case in which there was conviction, the accused were Muslims. He sought re-investigation of all Muzaffarnagar cases under direct supervision of Hon'ble Supreme Court.
Popular Front of India Central Secretariat in a statement issued after the release of the Assam NRC final list has said that the exclusion of nearly two million people was tragic and that procedural lapses and prejudices have left genuine Indian citizens out of the list. The statement questioned the official claim that the process was carried out objectively and transparently.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has stated that the 'Status of Policing in India Report' published by CSDS is proof of the dangerous depth of RSS ideology of Muslim hate among police personnel.
In the light of the new findings, he underlined the need of our police force to be made more inclusive and unbiased.