New Delhi: The smear campaign launched by Sangh Pariwar against Muslim youth in the name of fictitious Love Jihad is nothing but old game played by Sangh Parivar to divide people on religious lines for easy political gains, said K M Shareef, the Chairman of Popular Front of India. He appealed to common people of the country to be vigilant against such attempts and not to be swayed by the nefarious propaganda.
Sunday, March 4th, 2012
The Editor in Chief,The New Indian Express,
Ref: The New Sunday Express dated 4.3.2012
Sub: Defamatory news against Popular Front of India.
Sunday, February 12th, 2012
Kozhikode: Popular Front of India Kerala state general secretary P Abdul Hameed demanded the government to take action against those who spread false propaganda in the name of Love Jihad. Case should be charged under section 153 A for trying to create communal tensions in the society against those propagated false information and created misunderstandings among the people.
Media, police, political leaders and communal parties were parties involved in the smear campaign against Muslims in the name of Love Jihad allegations.
Tuesday, January 24th, 2012
National General AssemblyPress Release New Delhi / 23 - 01 - 2012 : Popular Front of India National General Assembly held at Malabar House in Malappuram District of Kerala on 21, 22 January 2011 discussed the prevailing socio- political scenario at the national level and in different states and chalked out plans to empower Muslims and other marginalised communities across the country.
Friday, January 6th, 2012
Kozhikode: Popular Front of India demanded unconditional apology from former Kerala chief minister and CPM leader V S Achuthananthan for his earlier remarks regarding Love Jihad issue. V S had tried to hold Muslim society and its organizations responsible for Love Jihad which is proved a myth following police enquiry report regarding the issue, Popular Front state general secretary P Abdul Hameed said.
Friday, March 4th, 2011
Kozhikkode (Kerala): Popular Front of India state general secretary P Abdul Hameed filed a complaint before Kozhikkode city Police Commissioner and demanded proper investigation on a derogatory poster posted on internet regarding the issue of 'Love Jihad'.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India (PFI) Friday asked Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan to apologize for his statement that the PFI is aiming to convert the state to a Muslim dominated one using 'money and marriages'. The Popular Front of India, warned that such a statement by the chief minister would 'only endanger communal harmony existing in the state'. PFI chairman E.M Abdurahman, general secretary K.M Shareef, NEC member Prof. p. Koya also challenged the Chief Minister to prove the allegations levelled against the PFI.
Monday, July 5th, 2010
Kozhikode: "The Police hunting of Popular Front members in the wake of the attack and injury caused to Professor Joseph of Newman College, Thodupuzha who had prepared an inflammatory question paper defaming Prophet Mohammed is predetermined" Popular Front Kerala state General Secretary P Abdul Hameed alleged in a press release.