Popular Front of India Chairman, O M A Salam, in a statement, has welcomed the SC order to shift Malayali journalist Siddique Kappan to Delhi. Salam appreciated leaders, activists and civil society for their support for justice. The order is a temporary relief to all citizens and groups of conscience who raised their voice for justice for Siddique Kappan and other innocents incarcerated in the case.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam expressed his deep worry over the fact that the government is completely missing in action at a time when the Covid-19 is devastating India. There is complete policy paralysis with nobody taking up the accountability. The government have been refusing to act with not even a proper plan to have control centres, he added.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India General Secretary Anis Ahmed, in his latest statement, has taken strong exception to the Telengana Government decision of banning 16 organizations in the state.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India National General Secretary Anis Ahmed has stated that The Supreme Court’s decision to transfer Covid related cases from High Courts to itself is unjustified on many grounds. He added that it is a matter of relief that the apex court has finally been convinced to withdraw from its move that would have made the high courts redundant. The SC intervention had drawn flaks from many corners especially the legal fraternity including senior lawyers and the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA).
New Delhi: With the number of Corona cases reaching record-high across the country and the situation spiraling out of control, Popular Front of India will intensify its ongoing Corona-related relief and volunteering activities.
New Delhi: A resolution passed by the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Popular Front of India has termed the Varanasi district court order directing the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to carry out a physical survey of the Gyanvapi Mosque a clear case of abetting the Sangh Parivar assault on the constitutional rights of religious minorities.
New Delhi: Popular Front of Indian Chairman O M A Salam has expressed deep concern over the rampant misuse of draconian laws in Uttar Pradesh
New Delhi: O M A Salam, the Chairman of Popular Front of India, has stated that BJP state governments are misusing their power to help its criminal leaders and officers escape justice in high-profile cases.
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.