The national and state leaders of Popular Front of India, in a press meet held at Mumbai Press Club urged all those who are against the ideologies and activities of Sangh Parivar to fight the politics of ban started from Jharkhand state. National Executive Council member E. M. Abdul Rahiman, State President Syed Yusuf Sadath, State General Secretary Meraj Ansari, Mumbai city convenor Mazhar addressed the press meet. They have called the press meet in the context of banning Popular Front in Jharkhand by the state government.
E M Abdul Rahiman pointed out that Jharkhand government could not cite any valid reason from the state for banning Popular Front there. Instead they have referred to certain allegations pertaining to southern states that too are not proved. Meanwhile, state governments of Karnataka and Kerala had made their stand clear that Popular Front was not an organisation to be banned, he said.
The state leaders announced that as part of the nationwide campaign against the politics of ban, an activist’s get together will be held on 27th March at Marati Patrakar Bhavan, Mumbai at 5 p.m.