Friday, October 7th, 2011
Mangalore: Popular Front of India will kick off its national publicity campaign for Social Justice Conference at Nehru Maidan, Mangalore on 11th October 2011, Tuesday.
Popular Front Karnataka state president Elyas Thumbe will preside over the program that will be inaugurated by national general secretary K.M.Sharif.
Dr.C.S.Dwaraknath, former chairman of Commission for Backward Classes, Karnataka, Advocate Rafiq Katoor, vice principal, Green Valley Institution, Kerala, Venkataswami, president, Samatha Saink Dala, Karnataka, Sayyed Ibrahim Al Hadi Thangal are expected to be chief guests for the national publicity inaugural program.
Haji Ibrahim Kodija, vice president, Muslim Central Committee, D.K district, Haji N.S.Abbas, president, Bantwal Sanyuktha Jamaath, Majeed Kodlipete, state president, SDPI, Karnataka, P.B.Desa, state president, PUCL, Karnataka, Khaleel Ahmed, president, Jamiyyathul Falah, D.K-Udupi, Deekayya, convener, Samaja Parivarthana Vedike, D.K district, Rafiuddin Kudroli, president, New Age India Forum, Mangalore, Pattabhirama Somayaji, lecturer, Mangalore University, Haji,Hameed Khandak, president, Karnataka Muslim Parishath, Rohithaksha Rai, District president, Karnataka State Farmer’s Organization, Abdul Azeez, corporator and President, of Mangalore Central committee, D.K district, Haji B.S.Husain, president, retired Muslim Government Officers Union, D.K-Udupi, Jalil Krishnapura, president, SDPI, D.K.district, Haji Abdul Salam, president, Old-Iron Traders Union, D.K district, V.Muhammad, vice president, Akhila Bharatha Byari Sahithya Parishath are also participating in the program.
Popular Front of India will hold two days Social Justice Conference at Ramlil Ground, Newdelhi, on 26th and 27thNovember 2011. The organization will also hold publicity campaign across the country in order to create awareness among the masses about Social Justice.
Earlier national publicity inaugural program was scheduled to hold on 2nd October 2011 at Hyderabad. Later it was cancelled due to prohibitory order in the city in the backdrop of Telangana strike.