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Popular Front appreciates nation's health workers, demands action against spreading hatred and misinformation

April 7, 2020 - 13:42 -- Editor

New Delhi
07 April 2020

Popular Front of India National Chairman OMA Salam appreciated state authorities and health workers in many Indian states for their selfless efforts to save lives and prevented the spread of the corona pandemic.

Popular Front welcomes Corona restrictions; Demands adequate support measures

March 25, 2020 - 15:23 -- Editor

Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam in a press statement welcomed the lockdown imposed in the country in view of preventing the spread of corona pandemic. However, he expressed dissatisfaction that enough preparations have not been made along the execution of such large scale restrictions.

Delink NPR from Census: Popular Front urges Home Minister to amend Rules and Notifications

March 16, 2020 - 13:29 -- Editor

The National Executive Council of Popular Front of India, in a statement issued after its meeting held at Bengaluru on 15 March 2020, has urged the Home Minister Amit Shah to come forward with necessary amendments to the relevant sections of the existing Citizenship Rules and the notifications issued regarding the forthcoming the Census linked NPR exercise.

Delhi Court grants bail to arrested Popular Front state leaders

March 14, 2020 - 00:29 -- Editor

A heavy blow on the ugly face of Delhi Police and their political masters, Delhi Metropolitan Magistrate Prabh Deep Kaur granted bail to Parvez Ahmed , Popular Front of India Delhi state president and state secretary Mohammad Ilyas and member Mohammed Danish. The court asked the investigating officer (IO) to submit a written explanation by March 17 as to why they were not granted bail at first instance, despite the fact that alleged offences being bailable.

PROTEST ARREST OF POPULAR FRONT DELHI STATE LEADERS

March 11, 2020 - 20:41 -- Editor

Following the path of BJP ruled Uttar Pradesh, the Delhi Police under Central Government cotinues witch hunt of Popular Front members and leaders falsely relating them to violence in North East Delhi, the onus of which is jointly on Sangh Parivar and Delhi Police. Today while involved in preparations for a democratic protest scheduled for tomorrow Popular Front State President Parvez Ahmed, State Secretary Mohammed Ilyas, State office secretary Muqeet are taken to police custody.

Muslims are being targetted to cover up Sangh Parivar and Police role in Delhi pogrom: Popular Front of India

March 11, 2020 - 14:55 -- Editor

In the resolution passed by the meeting of National Executive Council, the Popular Front of India has stated that the violence that rocked North East Delhi for four days starting from 23 February was not a standalone incident of conflict between two sides but a communal pogrom against Muslim community planned and perpetrated by right wing Hindutva leaders and their follower mobs.

Allegations of links to Delhi violence baseless: Popular Front

March 9, 2020 - 18:42 -- Editor

Popular Front of India General Secretary Anis Ahmed has rejected reports appeared in a section of media linking the organization with Delhi violence. As per reports, Delhi police has arrested a man allegedly linked to Popular Front for conspiracy to incite the communal riots in North East Delhi. Popular Front rejects the allegation as baseless propaganda and would like to make it clear that the organization is unnecessarily dragged to the incidents in Delhi.

Popular Front calls upon the media establishments to stand upright and resist information blockade

March 7, 2020 - 09:50 -- Editor

Popular Front of India chairman O M A Salam in a statement called the act of Narendra Modi government banning two Malayalam news channels – Asianet News and Media One – 48 hours for their coverage of the anti-Muslim pogrom in North East Delhi, an open assault on the essential fourth pillar of democracy and the freedom of expression guaranteed by the Indian constitution.

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