New Delhi: The conclusion programme of Popular Front of India’s national campaign “Stop Politics of Hate” was held today at Talkatora stadium, New Delhi. The welcome speech was presented by Mohammed Ali Jinnah, general Secretary of Popular Front of India in which he presented the impact of the campaign throughout the country and also welcomed all the guests. Chairman of Popular Front KM Shareef delivered the presidential address in which highlighted the current situation of the country. He stated “the road to power for the BJP was made easy by the disunity of the secular parties.
New Delhi: The national campaign of Popular Front of India “ Stop Politics of Hate” will be launched tomorrow i.e. 1st September 2016 in a grand public meeting at Nagercoil, Kanyakumari dist., Tamil Nadu. The campaign will be inaugurated by the Chairman of Popular Front of India Mr. K.M. Shareef. The conclusion programme of the campaign will be held at New Delhi on 3rd October.
The Independence Day celebrations at the organisation head office started with a flag hoisting of the national tricolour by the organisation vice chairman EM Abdul Rahiman. It was followed by a Independence Day message in which he emphasized the need to come forward for the protection of freedom and justice.
Other present in the Programme were national secretary Abdul Wahid, National Executive members Anis Ahmed, Mohammed Arif and AS Ismail.
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.
Question: This is your second term as the chairman of Popular Front of India. You are from Karnataka and your newly elected general secretary is from Tamil Nadu. Is it an indication that the leadership of the organization moving out of Kerala? At the same time, no one is found in the National executive council from outside these three south Indian states. How long will it take for Popular Front to become an organization with a nation-wide appeal and representation?
New Delhi: Popular front India expressed condolences on the sudden demise of Dr APJ. Abdul Kalam .
In a press brief, KM.Shareef, Chairman of Popular front of India said , " We express our heartfelt condolences on the demise of a great son of India Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam.
He brought pride to the nation by his significant contributions. It is a great loss for the nation and the world. He will always be an inspiration for us to serve the nation and humanity”
Mangalore: On behalf of Karnataka state unit of Popular front of India, Yasir Hasan, General Secretary, released a short film on School Chalo programs, Today, on May 25, 2015 at Coastal House, Mangalore. State executive committee members including Abdul Razak Kemmara, Mohamed Kakkinje and many others were also present with him and graced the occasion.
School Chalo programs conducted by Popular Front of India to promote education awareness among the most backward and downtrodden community at the beginning of every academic year throughout the nation.
28 March 2015 : Various groups and personalties, attending the minority convention organized by Popular Front India at Indian Social Institute in New Delhi, called for a new united mission to ensure the protection of minorities against the hostilities which is on unprecedented increase in the country ever since the new NDA government came to power. Representatives of various civil rights groups and representatives from Sikh, Muslim, Christian communities attended the meeting
Chamrajnagar: The second Unity March in Karnataka was organized on 21st of February 2015 as part of the Popular Front Day celebrations. The city of Chamrajnagar played host to the cadets of Popular Front who were in the city to perform a glorious parade in uniform. The people of Chamrajnagar displayed their affection toward Popular Front by raising huge hoardings and flex throughout the city welcoming the march of Popular Front.
JEDDAH — An Indian political leader called for a broad based alliance of marginalized sections of society, especially minorities in the wake of the serious threats posed by the fascist Hindutva forces and the growing clout of multinationals and corporates.
Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, E.M. Abdul Rahman, vice chairman of the Popular Front of India, said that the socio-political empowerment of the victims of exploitation is the need of the hour.