The report of the fact finding enquiry conducted by the team of Popular Front of India at Shobhapur Village of Jamshedpur where 6 Muslims were lynched to death by a mob "We, a team of eight activists, first held a meeting before we decided to leave for the Shobhapur village where the said incident, that 6 six Muslims were lynched to death by a large violent mob accusing the victims of being child abductors, took place.
Popular Front of India welcomes Reservation bill which was passed by TRS Govt in a special Assembly meeting. We appreciate the concern shown by Shri K. Chandra Sekhar Rao Garu towards the muslim community assuring 12% reservation during the election campaigns as well as in the party's manifesto.
We demand the government to keep firm stand in providing practical 12% reservation to Muslims community, also keep President of India informed about Muslim community economical and educational backward condition in Telangana state And Circumtancs of providing reservation to them.
Popular Front of India-Goa celebrated their 10th Anniversary on 17-2-2017 with a Public Programme at Alpha Corner open space, Chandravaddo, Fatorda - Goa.
Maharashtra: On the eve of Popular Front Day, February 17, various programs were conducted by the Maharashtra state unit.
Celebrations held across the state including Nanded, Pune, Thane and Aurangabad.
Social Activists, Political Leaders, prominent personalities of Grand Masjids participated and delivered speeches.
Popular Front of India Bihar state president Mahaboob Alam Nadavi inaugurated Two Sarva Shiksha Gram (Barigidamari and Belbari Ganj) in Katihar district, Bihar.
Popular Front chalks out long term and short term plans for the total empowerment of the weaker sections. The development of community relies not only on the government schemes but also on the intervention of NGOs and also people’s movement. Various programmes like School chalo, higher education scholarship, and Sarva shiksha gram were designed and implemented during last many years.
The Kerala State finale of the month long Popular Front campaign “Stop, Politics of Hate” took place here in the historic city of Kozhikode with a grand public meeting preceded by volunteer march and a massive public rally.
Zakkiya Jafri, the widow of Ihsan Jafri who was brutally mutilated and killed by the Sangh Parivar terrorists in Gujarat in 2002 was the chief guest of the event.