Popular Front of India Chairman E. Abubacker in a statement has welcomed the judgment of the Pathankot fast track court in Kathua case, the brutal incident of rape, torture and murder of a young girl after keeping her sedated for days in village temple in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. The court found six of the 7 accused guilty and awarded life sentence to three and the other three, who are police officers who were found guilty of sabotaging the case, were sentenced to five years.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India, in statement issued after the Lok Sabha election results, has said that the the victory of BJP led alliance does not reflect the ultimate defeat of secular politics in India. Rather it has only proved the success of vehement communal propaganda and the failure of secular parties in taking appropriate steps to counter their strategies. The meeting pointed out that in spite of these failures, the idea of India as a secular democratic socialist republic will survive.
The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court has set aside the police order that rejected permission to hold Unity March (volunteer parade) on Feb 17, 2019 Popular Front Day.
Popular Front of India has been celebrating its foundation day on 17th February since many years. The Unity March with the volunteers parade would be the highlight of the celebration in the three southern states. "Defeat Politics of Hate" was the theme of the Unity March 2019.
The damaging of seats and helmets of bikes parked out side Marwari Potti Masjid near to Puran bazaar in Hailakandi while Muslims were offering Tarawih prayer at night, an incidence of violence occured in the area on 10th of May. The incident was condemned in strongest terms by the Assam state committee of Popular Front of India. In a press conference, leaders of Popular Front of India demanded a high level investigation into the incident under the supervision of High court Judge.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has urged world leaders, human rights organizations, and world Muslim community to abandon their silence on the injustice and gross human rights violations being committed by the Chinese government against Turkic Muslims and other ethnic minorities in China.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has expressed his solidarity with the people of Gaza against the Israeli airstrikes.
A delegation of Popular Front of India headed by chairman E Abubacker visited today Srilanka High Commission and expressed solidarity with their people and government. E Abubacker condemned the serial blasts in the country that claimed more than 300 lives and said that it was an attack on humanity. He appreciated the way the Srilanka government is managing the situation by not allowing spread of retaliatory violence against any sections of society. The delegation shared the hope that Srilanka would be able to overcome this crisis.
A resolution passed by the National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India has appealed to the people to defeat BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha election to save the secular democratic future of the country.
Calicut: Social Democratic Party of India former National President A. Sayeed (63) passed away at 5 pm on 2 April 2019. For past few weeks, he was undergoing treatment for cancer at a hospital near Calicut. Born at Edavanna in Malappuram district in 1955, educated at GMUP School Edavanna, IOHS Edavanana and MES College Mampad, he was renowned as a scholar and writer. Well known Islamic scholar A Alavi Moulavi was his father. He retired as Public Relations Inspector from Manjeri Head Post Office. He was the Chairman of National Development Front (NDF) from 2002 to 2006.
RULING that the Maharashtra Police misused its powers and tortured five men imprisoned on false charges of rioting, the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) directed the state’s additional chief secretary (Home) to pay a compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to five Jalna residents. It further directed the Director General of Police (DGP) to initiate a departmental inquiry in the matter.