Amidst recent media reports of the Central Government moves to Popular Front of India, tens of thousands, men, women and children, drawn from all parts of Kerala, flocked to Trivandrum city to attend the mega rally and the grand conference that followed, organized by the Kerala state committee of the organization with the slogan “We also have something to say”. The massively attended gathering became a warning against the sinister attempts of the right-wing government to suppress democratic Muslim movements and initiatives labeling them as anti-national and demonizing them.
The launching program for the rescue and relief volunteers group of Popular Front of India was held on August 27, 2017 at Centenary Auditorium , University of Madras. E. Abubacker, Chairman, Popular Front of India inaugurated the initiative and delivered the keynote address. Explaining the objectives of this new initiative by Popular Front he said, “Whether it is a Natural calamity or an epidemic disease it will affect all the sections of the society irrespective of religion or caste.
Popular Front of India Bihar state president Mahaboob Alam Nadavi inaugurated Two Sarva Shiksha Gram (Barigidamari and Belbari Ganj) in Katihar district, Bihar.
Popular Front chalks out long term and short term plans for the total empowerment of the weaker sections. The development of community relies not only on the government schemes but also on the intervention of NGOs and also people’s movement. Various programmes like School chalo, higher education scholarship, and Sarva shiksha gram were designed and implemented during last many years.
Mrs. Zakkiya Jafri, widow of the former Congress MP Ihsan Jafri who was brutally slain by the Hindutwa fascists in the 2002 Gujarat genocide said that she was feeling proud of the massive protest taking place in Kerala against fascism. Those who came to power in the name of development are endeavoring to grow hatred and rancor in the country, she said.
She was the chief guest in the grand public meeting held as part of the state-level concluding session of the month long nation-wide campaign “Stop Politics of Hate” held by Popular Front of India.
New Delhi / 8-09-2016 Popular Front of India chairman K. M. Shareef inaugurated Sarva Shiksha Gram (SSG) project in two villages of Bihar, Thuthibagh and Chotigidamar in Katihar district.
Sarva Shiksha Gram was inaugurated at Fakkir Mohalla, Mahidpur town, in Ujjain district, Madhya Pradesh.
Sarva shiksha gram is to ensure 100% primary education in educationally backward village where literacy rate is low, school enrollment is low and dropout rate is high.
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.
15th April 2016, Kota Rajasthan: The Rajasthan state has conducted members convention in Kota, Bhilwara and Sawi madhavpur. These conventions are a get together of the members of popular front. these conventions were presided by the Chairman of the Popular Front, KM Shareef. Along with the chairman NEC members Anis Ahmed, Abdul Samad, state president Anis Ansari also attended the conventions.
Guwahati: Popular Front Chairman K.M. Sheriff conducted a Press Meet at Dispur Press Club, Guwahati, on March 16,2016, as the part of his Assam visit in connection with the upcoming Assam Assembly election. He appealed the people of Assam to defeat BJP and to bring secular forces in power.
Puduchery: Hundreds of People took part in the mass rally towards Secretariat from Kamban Kalaiyarangam on February 29, organized by J.Rafi, Puduvai state Secretary and submitted a memorandum to the chief Minister Rangasamy.
A State level campaign was organised to press the demand for the reservation for socially educationally more backward Muslim community in Group B government postings and to increase state level reservations further upto 4% in recruitment.