The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) of Pakur in Jharkhand admitted the private complaint of Popular Front of India on Tuesday against Mr. Shailendra Parshad Varnaval, the Superintendent of Police, Pakur and other two police officers, Indu Shekar Jha and Lov Kumar. The complaint was filed by Mr. Obaidur Rahman, the Pakur district president of Popular Front of India against the custodial torture on the members of Popular Front in the month of July, this year, when they were arrested in a false case and confined in the town police station of Pakur.
Chairman E. Abubacker visited Pehlu Khan's family who was brutally killed by gau-rakshaks in Alwar, Haryana and extended all kinds of support to fight for justice. Secretary Abdul Wahid Sait, Zonal President AS Ismail and SDPI General Secretary Elyas Mohammed Thumbe accompanied him.
A delegation led by the Chairman of Popular Front of India, E Abubacker visited the families of the victims of mob lynching in Jharkhand. The delegation included National Secretary Abdul Wahid, Zonal President Moulana Kaleemullah and other state leaders. The delegation first met the family of Sajjad who was lynched to death in Shobapur village about 20 kms from Jamshedpur in Jharkhand. The accusation was that he was behind the kidnapping of children in the area. On being countered with no reports in any police station of kidnapping, cases quickly changed to cattle transport.
New Delhi :March-7: Janab E Abubacker Chairman ,Popular Front of India met Prince Yaqub Habeebuddin Tusi (of Mughal clan) in Popular Front Headquarters at New Delhi.
Mr Abubakar voluntarily declared his solidarity for the opening of Two mosques of “BIBI KA MAQBERA” (built by Aurangzeb and said to be a replica of tajmahal) which Prince have been fighting for. Further he also presented a Memorandum to concerned authorities demanding opening of said mosques on behalf of PFI.
Gulbarga Huge Rally By Popular Front and other Muslim organisations in Gulbarga against the police brutality . Heavy Police deployed for discouraging the members of different organisations , barricades were put up to stop people from attending the rally, but the people kept coming in and with the number of people swelling ,police then stopped the people at Hafth Gumbad itself.
Adv. Yusuff, NEC Member of Popular Front visited Mahdipur, at Ujjain district yesterday (4.12.16) and consoled the family members of Maajid Nagori, who was killed in Bhopal encounter.
Former Mumbai High Court Justice B G Kolse Patil, Pune who is a forefront defender of people's rights visited Popular Front of India headquarters at New Delhi. Adv. Sharafudheen Ahmed, Vice President of SDPI was also with him. E M Abdul Rahiman, Vice Chairman, Abdul Wahid Sait, Secretary, Mohammed Arif Ahmed, PR Director and members of office staff received him. Justice Patil has appreciated the activities of the organisation and said that broad based alliance among marginalised sections is needed in order to defeat communal and fascist forces
Hyderabad: We want the reward for our sacrifices, we are not the beggars. We don’t want to beg, we want 12% reservations. We will struggle for getting these reservations. These were the thoughts expressed by Mr. Mohammed Kareem Ahmed, President of MSRAC of Jagtiyal. He was addressing a public meeting to create awareness for getting 12% reservation for Muslims. The meeting was arranged in collaboration with "Popular Front of India", branch Jagtiyal. He told that Mr. KCR had promised to provide 12% reservations to Muslims in his election manifesto which could not be fulfilled till today.
New Delhi, 13 April 2016: NCHRO conducted a Two-day National level Human Rights workshop for activists at Delhi on 11 and 12 of April.
NCHRO National Exco member Prof. Shamsul Islam (Delhi University) inaugurated the workshop.
Popular Front Chairman K. M. Shereef expressed deep condolences on the sad and sudden demise of SDPI National Vice President Mr. Samkutty Jacob this morning due to cardiac arrest. Mr. Samkutty Jacob was soft and considerate to all. Nevertheless he was uncompromising in his ideals and political approaches. He was an ardent upholder of the rights of depressed classes. He stood in the forefront of struggles for equal justice to the marginalized sections till his last breath.