Popular Front of India hosted the “Dalit-Muslim Dialogue” at Indian Social Institute, Bangalore on 12th October 2019. The programme was attended by the leaders of Popular Front and prominent Dalit leaders, thinkers, intellectuals and journalists. The general secretary, Popular Front Mohammed Ali Jinnah presented the welcome speech which was followed by inaugural speech by prominent dalit leader VT Rajshekar. The discussion paper was presented by Anis Ahmed, Secretary Popular Front. EM Abdul Rahiman, NEC Member, Popular Front of India moderated the discussion.
Full-day legal workshops were conducted by Popular Front of India in five different districts of Assam as part of a week long campaign.
This initiative was taken by the organisation in the context of large scale NRC exclusions and mounting incidents of police atrocities in the state.
19.06 lakhs people were excluded from the final list of National Register of Citizens (NRC) published in Assam on 31 August 2019.
During the NRC process the weaker sections and Muslims were harassed by the police indiscriminately.
“The spectre of hate and fear engulfing the country can only be fought with a united struggle against fascism in order to protect our constitutional rights and the pluralistic culture of the nation. We should not be foolish enough to dream that fascist forces can be tamed by appeasing them, if we can learn lessons from the past and present. On the other hand, building alliances with those forces that are against communal fascism will be recorded in history as the wisest mission undertaken by our generation”.
Popular Front of India is organizing a “Community Leaders Convention” in defence of civil rights and constitutional values in New Delhi (N.D.Tiwari Bhawan) on Saturday 7th September 2019 at 10 am onwards. This convention will be attended by delegates from Delhi and adjacent states representing organizations and institutions working at grassroots.
Popular Front Chairman E. Abubacker will preside over the function. Those who will address the convention include members of parliament, political party leaders, community leaders and civil rights activists.
Popular Front of India is organising a grand public conference named "People's Rights Conference" in New Delhi on Sunday 29 September 2019. The full day conference will be held at Indira Gandhi Stadium from 10 am onwards.
The conference declaration was made by general secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah. He also released the Conference poster in the zonal committee meeting held at headquarters in New Delhi. NEC member E M Abdul Rahiman, Zonal president A S Ismail, Zonal secretary Anis Ansari Mohammed Shafiullh and other zone and state leaders were present on the occasion.
Popular Front of India organised a dialogue session with media persons today at Constitution Club, New Delhi. The programme was attended by a group of journalists who discussed the role of media in the currents political scenario. Popular Front National Secretary Abdul Wahid Sait moderated the session. SDPI National Secretary Dr. Tasleem Ahmed Rahmani initiated the discussion. The participants shared the view that the media should play a proactive role in preserving our secular democratic system as envisaged in the Indian Constitution.
The Unity Parade and Public Meeting on behalf of Popular Front of India commenced this evening (30.06.2019) at Jinnah Stadium and concluded at the Muslim High School Playground. The rally was inaugurated by General Secretary of State A. Khalid Mohammed. State President M. Muhammad Ismail presided over the Public meeting. PFI National Secretary-General Mohammed Ali Jinnah, SDPI State President V.M.S. Mohamed Mubarak were also present in the meeting.
PFI National Secretary-General Mohammad Ali Jinnah in his address
Pakur, Jharkhand: Popular Front condemns the unconstitutional and undemocratic attitude of the Jharkhand authorities which puts blockades before even the Scholarship distribution to poor students. Scholarship Scheme is one of the flagship projects of the Organisation which was carried out throughout the Nation for more than seven years.