The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India has appealed to the people of Karnataka to defeat Hindutva politics in the upcoming Assembly elections and vote for secular candidates and representatives of people’s politics, to defeat the BJP.
Popular Front of India chairman E. Abubacker has conveyed condolences in the sad demise of Justice Rajindar Sachar. He described Justice Sachar as a great personality who will be remembered as the architect of the Prime Minister’s High Level Committee report on Indian Muslims, popularly called Sachar Report. His name has become so familiar in community circles and acted as a source of inspiration for many developmental projects, due to this report.
A statement issued by the Central Secretariat of Popular Front of India has observed that that the acquittal of all the accused in the Makkah Masjid blast case by an NIA special court strengthens the suspicion over the credibility of National Investigation Agency that it functions as the political tool of the BJP government.
E. Abubacker, chairman, Popular Front of India has conveyed deep condolences over the sad demise of the renowned Islamic scholar and Milli leader Maulana Abdul Wahab Kilji sahib. By the demise of Maulana Abdul Wahab Kilji, Indian Muslim community has lost a powerful voice for justice and peace, that too at times of frequent atrocities and rights violations. Maulana Abdul Wahab Kilji, while leading the Ahle-Hadith movement in the country, was active in the leadership of Muslim joint platforms like All India Muslim Personal Law Board and All India Milli Council.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker in a statement has strongly condemned the brutal gang rape and killing of 8-year-old Asifa from Kathua district in Jammu and rape of a girl in Unnao in Uttar Pradesh by BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar along with others.
New Delhi, 04 April 2018 : Popular Front of India chairman E. Abubacker has stated that the organization stands with the Dalit community in their ongoing protests against Supreme Court ruling which diluted Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. The main reason for such verdicts is that the depressed classes are under-represented and upper castes are over-represented in Indian judiciary. He blamed the BJP government at the centre for not intervening in favour of SCs and STs, when the case came before the Supreme Court.
Popular Front of India Assam state committee organized a grand conference called "People's Conference" at Barpeta Road in Assam on 31 March 2018. Thousands of people, including women and children, drawn from various parts of the state, gathered to witness the programme.
Popular Front Chairman E . Abubuckar inaugurated the programme. Addressing the gathering, he asked people of Assam and the country at large not to be swayed by the divisive policies of Sangh Pariwar.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India in a statement has said that the growing of number of journalists being killed in the line of duty in the country is alarming and demanded urgent measures to ensure the security of media persons.
Nationwide protests were held demanding to withdraw the false case against the All India Personal Law Board spokesperson Maulana Sajjad Nomani registered in Hazratganj police station at Lucknow. The protests were jointly conducted by Popular Front of India and Bharath Mukthi Morcha. Hundreds of people including women attended all protest programmes. They demanded that FIR against Sajjad Nomani alleging hate speech must be quashed. In the national capital, U. P. Bhavan March was held demanding withdrawal of the false case.
Popular Front of India chairman E. Abubacker in a statement issued here today urged the Uttar Pradesh government to refrain from the moves to withdraw cases against BJP leaders involved in Muzaffarnagar riots. It is alarming to know that the state government has sent letters to DM and SSP asking for their views on the withdrawal of 131 criminal cases including 13 of murder and 11 of attempt to murder in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of U. P.