Bangalore: The Central Secretariat of Popular Front of India condemns the order of the Central Government which extends the imposition of ban imposed upon Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) for a further period of two years as per the provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. It is the continuation of the assault on the constitutional right to freedom of association and a repetition of the abuse of law against the Muslim community.
Popular Front of India will conduct a National Campaign for Muslim Reservation during February and March 2010. The campaign will demand implementation of the recommendation of Juctice Rangathan Mishra Commission. A Parliament March will be held at New Delhi as part of the campaign.
Popular Front of India will launch a two months long “National Campaign for Muslim Reservation” during February and March 2010. The nationwide campaign will start with a Grand Public Meeting at Pune in Maharashtra on 31 January. A Parliament March will be held at New Delhi to mark the conclusion of the campaign.
Sunday, January 3rd, 2010
Popular front of India strongly condemns the irresponsible statement of the Home Minister Mr. P Chidambaram where he equated Jihad with terrorism. Such a statement by the Home Minister shows his ignorance about Islam. This outrageous comparison of the two has hurt the feelings of millions of Muslims in India to the core.