Popular Front organised a seminar on Social Justice in Nellore (A.P)

Popular Front of India, S.P.S.R Nellore District Unit has organized a “ Public Seminar on Social Justice” in NELLORE city on 27-10-2011 at Muslim Community Shadi Manzil in Kotamitta area.

The Seminar was aimed to aware the masses about the injustices happening in the country to the common public, especially to the Muslims, other minorities, Dalits and other down trodden communities and to rise a movement for the establishment of social justice in the country.

Popular Front of India State Executive Council member Mr. Shaik Abdus Subhan Qasmi, All India Imams Council State General Secretary Moulan Rafiq Ahmed Rashadi, SPSR Nellore District SC, ST, BC, Minorities Rights Struggle Committee President Mr. V. Anil Kumar, Lawyers Forum for Social Justice District Secretary Mr. Nanhe Saheb have attended the seminar as guest speakers.

The meeting was presided over by the Popular Front of India SPSR Nellore District President Mr. Ahmedullah Shareef and attended by dignitaries of the city, Popular Front members and the general public from Muslim and Dalit community.

Mr. Abdus Subhan Qasmi had given the introduction of the organization and explained in detail about the Social Justice Seminar to be held on 26 & 27th November’ 2011 at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi and about its publicity campaign in Andhra Pradesh.

AIIC State General Secretary Mr. Rafiq Ahmed Rashadi had explained in detail about the injustices going on in the country to the common masses.

Guest speakers Mr. Anil Kumar and Mr. Nanhe Saheb have shared their experiences of their struggle for achieving social justice especially to the minorities, Dalits and Adivasis etc.

Popular Front District President Mr. Ahmedullah Shareef had invited the public for the Delhi Conference and urge their continous support for the organization for the establishment of social justice and for the upliftment and empowerment of the Muslims, Dalits and other down trodden communities.

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