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Office Raid- Part of Wider Conspiracy: Popular Front

November 27, 2013 - 23:02 -- fahim

Kozhikkode: There is wider conspiracy behind the ongoing raids in offices and houses of Popular Front of India activists, in the wake of assault on controversial professor at Thodupuzha New Man’s College who is accused in a blasphemy case, alleged state leaders. This is first time in the history of Kerala state to raid state headquarters of an organization in connection with a local incident, said Nasaruddeen Elamaram, state president, Popular Front of India.

Road Blockade at Madurai by Federation against False Cases foisted on Muslim Youths

November 27, 2013 - 23:00 -- fahim

Madurai July 9 : Madurai City Police is foisting the false cases against Muslims continuously. To fight against these violations a federation was formed by name ‘Federation against False Cases foisted on Muslim Youths’ and the federation nominated S.P. Mohamed Nasrudeen as the Convener.

Popularfront Campaign for Muslim Reservation Reaches West Bengal

November 27, 2013 - 22:58 -- anis

Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Bengal
Kolkata: Popular Front of India’s `National Campaign for Muslim Reservation’ caravan started today in West Bengal from Kolkata.

In the morning National Campaign for Muslim Reservation programme in West Bengal has been started in Kolkata City at Metiaburuz- Muslim Dominated area of Kolkata City.

At 11 am campaigning started by an open session at Karabala Bazar of Metiaburuz (Kolkata). At least 1000 people took part in this programme.

Popular Front conducts Get Together in Ramnagar

November 27, 2013 - 22:57 -- fahim

Ramnagar: Popular Front of India, Ramanagar district unit,conducted a get together for members of Muslim community at crescent house on 4th July 2010.

Anis Muhammad speaking to gathering in a get together program conducted by Popular Front
Anis Muhammad speaking to gathering in a get together program conducted by Popular Front

The program began at 7:30 pm with mulana shafi reciting verses of kuran. Around 120 people participated in the program including intellectuals.

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