New Delhi: The Chairman of Popular Front of India O.M.A. Salam has strongly condemns the central government for its anti-democratic attitude and use of force to evict peaceful protests. Every citizen in the country has their right to oppose government policies and come to streets against anti-people laws. Supreme Court itself has underlined the right of farmers to protest. The duty of Police is to provide protection to peaceful protesters. O M A Salam also expressed concern over the attacks on the farmers that are being carried by the right-wing goons.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam has, in a statement, urged civil society not to be misled by the wanton attempts to tarnish the farmers agitation using untoward incidents happened during the Tractor Rally on the Republic Day.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam has, in a statement issued today, asked the central government to withdraw the draconian farm laws. He has also expressed solidarity to the Tractor Rally being taken out by the farmers on Republic Day.
New Delhi: In a resolution passed in its National Executive Council [NEC] meeting, Popular Front of India has extended the support of the organization to the demands of the agitating farmers. The NEC of Popular Front had demanded to revoke the three controversial farm laws that have been rejected by the farmers across the country.
A resolution passed by the National Executive Council of Popular Front of India has stated that it is the duty of all right-minded citizens and sections in the country to stand with the struggles of Indian farmers against new farm laws.
In a statement issued to media, Popular Front of India General Secretary Anis Ahmed has stated that Enforcement Directorate was trying to mislead the court by giving a false statement against the organization.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India National Secretary, Mohammed Shakif, in a statement issued to media, has condemned the searches by Delhi Police Special Cell at the offices of Supreme Court lawyer Mahmood Pracha.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India General Secretary Anis Ahmed, in his statement to media, has demanded urgent intervention of the higher judiciary in the country to scrap 'Love Jihad' law in UP.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Chairman O M A Salam has, in a statement, welcomed the judgement of a Delhi court that 36 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members.
Popular Front of India will conduct a 3-day long campaign, from December 18 to 20, against Enforcement Directorate harassment of the organization's activists and its leaders.
Organization activists across the country will go from door to door, from house to house and from shop to shop, to meet masses to tell the people how investigation agencies and government institutions have become instruments of torture in the hands of central government.