Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker releases the Babri Masjid poster that conveys the message JUSTICE FIRST and REBUILD BABRI MASJID. It was released during the meeting of National Execitive Council in presence of other national and state funtionaries. The poster campaign will be held during this week all over India in different languages.
Babari Masjid Lest We Forget
Popular Front of India conducted protest demonstrations on December 6 demanding the rebuilding of the Masjid in the same site and the arrest of the criminals involved in the demolition.
Protest demonstrations, Seminars, Documentary film show on Babri Masjid, pamphlets handbills distributions, Public meetings, Street corner meetings, Human chain protests, exhibitions was held on December 6.
On 6th December 1992, the Congress Government led by then Prime Minister Mr. PV Narasimha Rao formed a one man commission under Retired High Court Judge, Justice M.S.Liberhan has to get into the act of Babri Masjid Demolition and to find out People involved in the heinous crime. The report which was to be submitted by Liberhan in 3 months was given 48 extensions and after a gap of 17 years, the report was submitted to then Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh led Government on 30th June 2009.
The Babri Masjid was demolished by the Hindutuva goons on December 6, 1992 in broad daylight. Along with that, the secular values of our nation were also demolished. The various court directions given in this issue were ignored by the Hindutuva fundamentalists. The then State and Central Governments remained just mute spectators while the demolition was going on.
Mandya: Popular Front of India, Mandya district unit, staged a protest here in front of District commissioner’s office marking 21st annual day of babri demolition.
The proterster demanded that government should rebuild Babri Masjid and punish the culprits of the demolition.
New Delhi 6 Dec: Popular Front of India organized a demonstration at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on 6th December 2013 demanding reconstruction of Babri Masjid on its actual site. Hundreds of people from Delhi and surroundings sat in dharna for hours shouting slogans and holding placards.
They demanded rebuilding the Masjid on the same site and also punishing the culprits exposed in the Librahans Commission report. They called the Allahabad High Court verdict unjust and put hope on the Supreme Court for justice.