PFI announced a National Public Health Campaign from Nov 1-15

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
National Public Health Campaign

Popular Front of India has announced a National Public Health Campaign to be held during 1-15 November 2009. The aim of the campaign is to create public awareness about the importance of physical and health care and also people’s role in keeping the environment clean, pollution free and hygienic.

Various campaign steps will be carried out in all states where Popular Front has units and cadres. The programmes include classes and demonstrations on environmental protection, disease prevention, yoga, physical exercises and right food habits. Sports and games events, mass cleaning of public places, cultural programmes like documentary shows and street dramas are also planned. The campaign to be held with cooperation of local education and health department officers will further strengthen the government level public health efforts. A wall poster, hand bill and booklet on Exercises and Health prepared by Popular Front Headquarters will be circulated in different languages like English, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam etc. The National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of Popular Front held at New Delhi gave a final touch to the campaign programme.

The NEC meeting also decided to observe Dec 6, the anniversary day of Babri Masjid demolition as Anti-Fascist Day. This nation-wide campaign will focus on the follow up action regarding the findings of Liberhan’s Commission which probed the Babri Masjid demolition.

Chairman E. M. Abdul Rahiman presided the meeting. General Secretary K. M. Shareef presented the reports. Those who attended the meeting include A. Saeed, E. Abubacker, Dr. Mehboob Shareef, Sheik Muhammed Dahlan Baqavi, Moulana Usman Baig, Muhammed Ali Jinnah, V. P. Nasruddin, K. Abdul Lathif and Ya Moideen.

Media Secretary

Popular Front of India

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