Popular Front of India declares the organization in Bihar during a conference organized on the subject Democracy and Minority rights in Rajendra stadium, Katihar, Bihar on April 11, 2015. National and state level leaders with Chairman K.M. Shareef attended the meeting. More than 10000 people including 3000 women from the various sections of minorities and backward classes have attended the conference.
We, the people of India, are citizens of a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC which stands for justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. Our constitution ensures these freedoms as fundamental rights to all citizens and classes without any discrimination. It takes special care in the protection of interests of minorities. The following statement of Mahatma Gandhi is also worth remembering: A civilization can be judged by the way it treats its minorities.”
National Confederation of Human Rights Organization, popularly known as NCHRO, is an umbrella body established in 2009 to uphold, to strengthen and to protect the rights of the exploited, the suppressed, the oppressed and the marginalized section of the country like Dalits, Adivasis, Minorities, Backward classes, women and children. It is an effort to bring individuals and organization that work for human rights across the country under one roof. The confederation seeks to function as a collective body of human, democratic and civil rights.
Popular front of India Manipur State inaugurated the School Chalo Programme today the 3rd April, 2015 at Mayang Imphal Bengoon under Imphal-west district, Manipur at 1.30 pm sharp. The programme was led by Md Arif Khan-President, Popular Front of India, Manipur State with four other presidium members. , they were 1. Mufti Abdul Helim Kasmi-Mohtamim Madrassa Majaharul Uloom, Manipur, 2., Haji Illiyas -CD in-charge PFI Manipur state 3. Alhaj Siraj-Rtrd. Head Master, 4. Ajijur Rahman-Mayang Imphal Area Secretary PFI Manipur State.
Popular Front condemns Custodial Murder of Shaik Hyder in Nizamabad and demands criminal cases against guilty Police personals