Solidarity conference in Kerala demands Jharkhand government to withdraw ban against organisation

Thu, 03/29/2018 - 17:37 -- Sub Editor

The solidarity conference organised by the Popular Front of India Kerala state committee demanded Jharkhand government to withdraw the ban on the organisation in Jharkand. Prominent personalities and leaders of various social organisations and political parties participated in the conference held at the Town Hall, Calicut, on 28 March 2018. Hundreds of people participated in the programme and expressed their solidarity to Popular Front of India.
PFI state president Nasarudheen Elamarom presided over the meeting. O Abdulla ( Senior journalist), N P Chekkutty (Senior journalist, Chief Editor Thejas Daily), A Vasu ( Human right activist), K K Baburaj (Dalith Activist), Gopal Menon(Documentary director), Rupesh Kumar( Documentary director), V R Anoop (Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle), Ramesh Nanmada (Bahujan Sahithya Academy), O P I Koya ( National Secular Conference), C P Abdul Kareem (MSS), Musthafa Palazhi (Welfare Party of India), Prof. Abdul Kadher (Kerala Muslim Jamath Counsil), K M Pavithran (AAP), and M Habeeba (NWF), Vilayodi Sivankutty(NCHRO) addressed the gathering.
C P Muhammad Basheer, state general secretary, Popular Front of India, K H Nazar, State vice president, A Abdul Sathar and P K Abdul Latheef, state secretaries were also present at the programme.
The solidarity conference passed a resolution, which demanded to revoke the ban of Popular Front in Jharkand. A mass signature campaign were also organised as part of the conference, which was, inaugurated by veteran human rights activist A. Vasu.

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