New Delhi: A defamatory news has been circulated by the news agency ANI yesterday evening against Popular Front of India reporting an imaginary plot that the organisation is a threat to the life of Supreme Court Justice Abdul Nazeer and his family. Popular Front General Secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah has strongly denied the said allegation and termed it an attempt to malign the organization. Such slanders are totally unacceptable.
New Delhi: The National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India has welcomed the decision of All India Muslim Personal Law Board to file review petition against the Supreme Court verdict in Babri Masjid case and to decline the five acres alternate land offer in the judgement.
The Supreme Court judgement in the Babri Masjid title suit is unjust and hence unacceptable. It is against freedom of religious practices granted to minorities as a fundamental right. Moreover, this verdict is also against all democratic principles and constitutional values. Also it degrades people’s faith in our judicial system and its high esteem and credibility even at international level.
Referring to the promise and advice given by RSS leaders in their meeting with a group of Muslims, reportedly initiated by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Popular Front of India General Secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah has stated that RSS cannot win the trust of religious minorities unless they withdraw their basic ideological documents and apologise for their historic wrongs. He also stated that RSS has no moral right to remind Indian Muslims about communal harmony and respect for judiciary because the community does not carry a history of going against national interest.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker, in a statement issued today, appealed to all citizens and groups to maintain peace and harmony following the Supreme Court verdict on Babri Masjid title suit. He also reiterated faith in higher judiciary and hoped that the verdict would be delivered based on facts and records.
The National Executive Council meeting of Popular Front of India has expressed hope that the verdict of the apex court in Babri Masjid title suit will be fair and impartial based on facts and records and not on mythology.
Full-day legal workshops were conducted by Popular Front of India in five different districts of Assam as part of a week long campaign.
This initiative was taken by the organisation in the context of large scale NRC exclusions and mounting incidents of police atrocities in the state.
19.06 lakhs people were excluded from the final list of National Register of Citizens (NRC) published in Assam on 31 August 2019.
During the NRC process the weaker sections and Muslims were harassed by the police indiscriminately.
“The spectre of hate and fear engulfing the country can only be fought with a united struggle against fascism in order to protect our constitutional rights and the pluralistic culture of the nation. We should not be foolish enough to dream that fascist forces can be tamed by appeasing them, if we can learn lessons from the past and present. On the other hand, building alliances with those forces that are against communal fascism will be recorded in history as the wisest mission undertaken by our generation”.
Popular Front of India Chairman E Abubacker has, in a statement, condemned the Gorakshak attack in Jharkhand that killed a tribal man and seriously injured two others.
In yet another incident of brutality in the name of cow, Gorakshak gangs have killed an innocent man and seriously injured two others in Khunti district of Jharkhand, around 50 km from state capital Ranchi. This time the victims happen to be tribal Christians.