Malappuram: C. Abdul Hameed and K H Nasar were elected as President and General Secretary of Popular Front Kerala by the State General Assembly held at Puthanathani in Malappuram for the term 2015-16. K Muhammedali (Malapppuram) was elected as state vice-president and B Noushad(Calicut) A Abdul Sathar(Kollam) as secretaries. CP Muhammed Basheer( Malappuram) was elected as the state Treasurer.
The State General Assembly of Popular Front of India was held at Theni from January 9 to 11. The Assembly was presided by State President A.S. Ismail. He pointed out the development of the movement in the State. The functioning of the movement at the national level was explained by National Executive Council member Advocate Mohamed Yousuf. The yearly report was submitted by State General Secretary A. Khaled Mohamed. The State General Assembly discussed the yearly report in detail.
Popular Front of India Karnataka unit organised "National Scholarship Scheme 2014-15" distribution program at Urdu hall Cubbonpet, Bangalore on January 11, 2015
Mohamed Valavoor, State Executive Council Member, Popular Front of India, Karnataka, gave introductory speech on National Scholarship Scheme.
The National General Assembly (NGA) of Popular Front of India held at Malabar House, Puthathani, Kerala has re-elected K.M. Shareef as the chairman of the organization for the term 2015-16. The NGA also elected E.M. Abdul Rahiman as Vice- Chairman, Mohammed Ali Jinnah as General Secretary and Khalid Rashadi Manipuri as the Treasurer. A new 15 member National Executive Council( NEC) was also elected. The new NEC members are Moulvi Ashraf Karamana, Hameed Mohammed, Mohammed Roshan, O.M.Abdul Salam, Prof. P.
Popular Front of India conducted protest demonstrations on December 6 demanding the rebuilding of the Masjid in the same site and the arrest of the criminals involved in the demolition.
Protest demonstrations, Seminars, Documentary film show on Babri Masjid, pamphlets handbills distributions, Public meetings, Street corner meetings, Human chain protests, exhibitions was held on December 6.
The Babri Masjid was demolished by the Hindutuva goons on December 6, 1992 in broad daylight. Along with that, the secular values of our nation were also demolished. The various court directions given in this issue were ignored by the Hindutuva fundamentalists. The then State and Central Governments remained just mute spectators while the demolition was going on.
The Madras High Court has quashed cases foisted against more than 1000 members of Popular Front of India in connection with the incidents that occurred during a rally in February at Ramanathapuram. The cases were registered under different sections including rioting, attempt to murder and unlawful assembly.
Kulgam : Professor P. Koya, Vice Chairman of Popular Front of India, handed over 271 houses to the victims of Kashmiri Floods in a public program organised at Kulgam, Kashmir on November 7,2014 . Popular Front of India swiftly swung into action since the day one of flood disaster which devastated the lives of thousands of Kashimiri families. A relief and rehabilitation team constituted under National Secretariat provided food, Clothing, medicine and shelter to the people of flood affected 4 districts.
The popular campaign of Popular Front of India “Healthy People Healthy Nation 2014” was launched all over the country on 15th of October. This campaign will last for 15 days and will conclude on 30th October 2014. This is a yearly campaign organized by Popular Front since last few years to promote health and hygiene consciousness among the masses.
“It is for the first time, we Kashmiris beg and stretch our arms to others to meet our daily needs. Our homes and shops were washed out in the mammoth flood, when we woke up one day. There was nothing left to point to and say that “it was ours”.” Wept, Beevi Qathun the flood affected Bemina village who looks to be past 60 years. Last flood that adversely affected Kashmir was in 1902. The death toll then was 92. But another ten thousand people died in the following six months.