A statement issued by M Muhammed Ali Jinnah, the General Secratary of Popular Front of India, has said that the new Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passed by Lok Sabha is expression of the communal bigotry of the central government and asked all non-BJP members of Rajya Sabha to prevent it from becoming a law.
Popular Front of India chairman E Abubacker has stated that the central government move to introduce 10% quota for economically backward people of general category is an act that shatters the very idea of representative democracy and is detrimental to the efforts for social justice.
The Central Secretariat meeting of Popular Front of India has sought urgent measures by the Supreme Court of India to avoid colossal citizenship disaster that has affected millions of people in Assam whose names have been excluded from National Citizens Register (NRC).
Popular Front of India General Secretary M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah has termed the sentencing of eight Gau Rakshaks to life imprisonment for killing of cattle traders, Mazloom Ansari and Imtiyaz Khan at Latehar in Jharkhand in March 2016, a victory of legal fight. He has hailed the verdict which was issued today by the Latehar District Court.
Popular Front of India General Secretary M. Muhammed Ali Jinnah in a statement termed the
results of Assembly Elections held in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Telengana, Chattisgarh and
Mizoram as “return of the lost political wisdom”. He congratulated the voters in these states for
their wise verdict. The defeat of BJP in all these states illustrates that people rejected the corporate-
communal rule controlled by Modi-Amit Shah- RSS nexus. This is an opportunity for the opposition
Popular Front of India General Secretary M Muhammed Ali Jinnah has strongly condemned the disturbances created by some police officers at a scholarship distribution programme in Andhra Pradesh organized by the Popular Front and the arbitrary unjust arrest and torture of its zonal secretary and district leaders on false charges. He demanded the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Shri. Chandrababu Naidu to immediately intervene in this issue of minority rights violation in the state.