A national-level meeting of Popular Front of India was held in Bengaluru on 9th February 2021 to review the ongoing preparations for the upcoming Popular Front Day celebrations and to discuss on the mass awareness campaigns related to the programme.
Popular Front Day
The Unity Parade and Public Meeting on behalf of Popular Front of India commenced this evening (30.06.2019) at Jinnah Stadium and concluded at the Muslim High School Playground. The rally was inaugurated by General Secretary of State A. Khalid Mohammed. State President M. Muhammad Ismail presided over the Public meeting. PFI National Secretary-General Mohammed Ali Jinnah, SDPI State President V.M.S. Mohamed Mubarak were also present in the meeting.
PFI National Secretary-General Mohammad Ali Jinnah in his address
Members and supporters of Popular Front of India across the country celebrated February 17 as Popular Front Day. The day marks the 12th anniversary of the formation of the movement. The celebrations started early morning at unit level, with the unit members hoisting the tri-colour flag of the organization and distributing sweets. Wide varieties of programmes followed with the slogan "Defeat the politics of hate", including volunteer parades, people's marches, public meetings, seminars and blood donation camps.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India celebrated its 10th anniversary of Formation day yesterday on February 17, 2017.
Popular front Day celebrations held across the country with flag hoisting, Public Meeting, Rally and Unity March, a flagship parade of cadres of Popular front of India. Public meetings and rallies were also held on many states including Delhi, Rajasthan,Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh Manipur, Goa, Bihar and West Bengal.
Chamrajnagar: The second Unity March in Karnataka was organized on 21st of February 2015 as part of the Popular Front Day celebrations. The city of Chamrajnagar played host to the cadets of Popular Front who were in the city to perform a glorious parade in uniform. The people of Chamrajnagar displayed their affection toward Popular Front by raising huge hoardings and flex throughout the city welcoming the march of Popular Front.
Popular Front volunteers across the state celebrated ‘Popular Front Day’ with massive rallies and gatherings at Kollam and Palakkad. The Day marks organization’s formation in on February 17 which is celebrated across the country every year.
New Delhi: Inaugurating the Unity March held at Uduppi Popular Front Chairman K M Sharif asked all the patriotic Indians to join Popular Front’s struggle for social justice and equality. The day is being celebrated all over India by Popular Front members to celebrate 8th anniversary of its formation in 2006 on the same day. Sharif said that Popular Front was formed at a time when communalism tried to hijack Indian Democratic system and posed existential threat to country ‘minorities. Even after 50 years of independence we failed to eliminate poverty and social injustice.