Popular Front submits memorandum to Home Ministry, National Security advisor and NIA seeking fair treatment

Amidst the misinformation campaign spearheaded by a section of media against Popular Front of India quoting government sources, Chairman E. Abubacker has submitted memorandum to Home Ministry, National Security Advisor and National Investigation Agency seeking objective and fair treatment on the part of the concerned authorities and withdrawal of the alleged moves to restrict the activities of the organization. In the memorandum chairman of Popular Front expressed concern over the witch-hunt of the organization and said that some forces are “working to create an atmosphere of fear and suspicion against us with intention of forcing the government to restrict the activities”.
The memorandum denied all the charges levelled against the organisation in the alleged NIA dossier reportedly submitted to MHA. He called the media reports part of the smear campaign to tarnish the image of Popular Front of India among the common public.
It was also pointed out in the memorandum that Popular Front is a nationwide movement with tens of thousands of active members and lakhs of supporters across the country contributing to nation building by empowering the poor and the deprived and promoting services like health awareness and education. The memorandum requested the Ministry of Home Affairs “to look into such matters and direct investigation and intelligence agencies to act objectively and ensure that justice is done”.
The organisation has also sought opportunities to directly interact with these authorities to give its explanations and clarifications with regard to the reported allegations.

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