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.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India held at its headquarters welcomed the Supreme Court verdict which pronounced that individual privacy is a fundamental right protected by the Indian Constitution. This unanimous ruling proclaimed as six judgments by the nine judge’s bench declared that the Right to Privacy is protected as an intrinsic part of the Right to Life and Personal Liberty under Article 21 and as a part of the freedoms guaranteed by Part III of the Constitution.
The bail application filed by 14 accused arrested in connection with the lynching of four Muslim
cow traders were rejected by the Sessions Court after Popular Front activists filed objections to
their bail applications.
On 18 May in 2017, four Muslim cow traders were brutally lynched to death by a mob by falsely
accusing them of child abduction, in Shobhapur village of Sareikala district in Jharkhand. Total
18 people were arrested in connection with the inhuman crime. Popular Front leaders visited
Popular Front of India general secretary Mohammed Ali Jinnah has stated that the Judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Triple Talaq issue forbids the government from intervening in Muslim Personal Law, though it has struck down the practice of Triple Talaq for six months. It is noteworthy that the majority verdict of three judges has accorded protection to personal laws under article 25 of the constitution. As Muslim Personal Law Board has pointed out, the judgment has upheld religious freedom as the essence of fundamental rights ensured to the citizens of this country.
After hoisting of the national flag at the headquarters of the Popular Front of India at Delhi, the National Executive Council Member Prof. P. Koya addressed in the gathering here on today.
In his Independence Day address he told “Dear friends, it is really a great moment of joy and excitement when we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the freedom.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker expressed disappointment over the affidavit filed by Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board which supported building temple at the site where Babri Masjid was demolished.
Popular Front of India has sent legal notice to TIMES NOW television channel for telecasting report against Popular Front of India with baseless allegations. TIMES NOW telecasted a news report on 23rd June in its prime time as well as in the online portal under the heading of “UPFRONT INDIA: How was a conversion factory allowed to thrive in a State”.
Chairman E. Abubacker visited Pehlu Khan's family who was brutally killed by gau-rakshaks in Alwar, Haryana and extended all kinds of support to fight for justice. Secretary Abdul Wahid Sait, Zonal President AS Ismail and SDPI General Secretary Elyas Mohammed Thumbe accompanied him.
A delegation led by the Chairman of Popular Front of India, E Abubacker visited the families of the victims of mob lynching in Jharkhand. The delegation included National Secretary Abdul Wahid, Zonal President Moulana Kaleemullah and other state leaders. The delegation first met the family of Sajjad who was lynched to death in Shobapur village about 20 kms from Jamshedpur in Jharkhand. The accusation was that he was behind the kidnapping of children in the area. On being countered with no reports in any police station of kidnapping, cases quickly changed to cattle transport.
The National Leaders Meet convened by Popular Front of India today at Malabar House, Malappuram in Kerala called upon the people to resist growing incidents of mob lynching and other atrocities against weaker sections by making best use of all democratic and legal means. The Meet reminded Muslims and Dalits who are the prime victims of communal and casteist onslaughts and the secular civil society at large that building broad alliances at different levels by burying all petty prejudices among them is the timely responsibility bestowed upon them.