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Popular Front National Leaders Meet calls upon Judiciary to fulfill the role of reverting the State from religious fascism to constitutional values

March 22, 2021 - 17:29 -- delhipro

The National Leaders Meet of Popular Front of India held in Malappuram in Kerala was concluded with resolutions on current national sitiations.  A resolution passed at its National Leaders Meet has called upon the judiciary  to fulfill its constitutional role as the guardian of justice and liberty against growing tendencies of the State being converted to autocracy.   Popular Front sought urgent intervention of the apex court to put a full stop to Sangh Parivar efforts aimed at disturbing Muslim religious practices and capturing Muslim religious places.

NIA raids nothing to do with the organization, reports baseless – Popular Front

March 15, 2021 - 15:15 -- delhipro

Popular Front of India Kerala state secretary, S Nisar, has stated that the reports circulating about NIA raids at the residences of Popular Front of India leaders in Kerala are baseless. NIA has not conducted raids at the residence of any member or leader of the organization anywhere in the state today. An NIA enquiry about a relative of a Popular Front member at Chelari, Malappuram, which has nothing to do with the organization, seems to have been falsely propagated. At the same time, there is strong suspicion whether the agencies have willfully given misleading information to the media.

Popular Front condemns the arrest of its member by UP police

March 15, 2021 - 15:12 -- delhipro

Popular Front of India strongly condemns the arrest of Rashid Ahmed, a member of the organization, by Uttar Pradesh police The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). Rashid is a resident of Mumbai and went missing two days back while returning to Mumbai after vising his family in Uttar Pradesh. His family had filed a complaint in Allahabad Hight Court since there was no communication from his side for the last two days.

Alarming spike in UAPA arrests - Act now to stop heading towards an Autocracy: Popular Front

March 13, 2021 - 13:46 -- delhipro

The revelation by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in the Lok-Sabha that there has been an over 72 per cent increase in the number of persons arrested under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in 2019 compared to the statistics in 2015, is shocking and of grave concern. 2019 was the year when the Hindutva government in the centre hastily passed a rash of anti-people bills.


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