In a statement released on the eve of the 24th anniversary of the demolition of the historic Babri Masjid by Hindutwa forces, Popular Front Chairman K M Shareef demanded rebuilding Babri Masjid at its actual site as was promised by the government to the nation immediately after the demolition. The attack had left a permanent blemish on the face secular democratic face of India. Babri Masjid demolition was a deliberate attempt by Sangh Parivar. The demolition would not have been possible without the support of the Congress party which was in power at the time.
Popular Front of India chairman K M Shareef has appealed to all Muslims groups as well as secular sections to support the steps taken by All India Muslim Personal Law Board for averting the implementation of Uniform Civil Code. He has extended full support to the decision of AIMLB to boycott the opinion survey announced by Law Commission of India.
Central Secretariat meeting of Poplar Front of India has resolved that Uniform Civil Code is unacceptable and urged the central government to withdraw from moves aimed at imposing Uniform Civil Code on all citizens. Though the directive principles of the Indian constitution advise the state a Uniform Civil Code, nullifying separate personal laws now enjoyed by different religious groups is an infringement of the freedom religion enshrined in it as a fundamental right.
Popular Front of General Secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah visited the house of the two victims who were brutally beaten up by cow vigilantes. The two men, Hafiz Abdul Khalid, 25 and Ali Hasan, 35 were attacked outside a Madrassa at Prem Nagar near Nangloi in west Delhi on 14th September 2016 evening as they were removing remains of buffaloes slaughtered for Eid the previous day. The men dragged the two out of a tempo and hit them with iron rods. They called in more men and soon, around 24 vigilantes allegedly stripped and beat the two victims with sticks.
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?