Popular Front inaugurates Social Justice Conference office

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

SJC Office inauguration
Popular Front of India has arranged for a Social Justice Conference in Ramleela Maidan, New Delhi on 26th and 27th November 2011, as part of its goal of social empowerment.

The office of Social Justice Conference was inaugurated today at Vardhaman City Plaza 2, Asaf Ali Rd, Near Ramleela Maidan, New Delhi around 11am.

The office was inaugurated by Moulana Nawabuddin Naqshabandi, Chairman of Muslim Muthahida Mass and the first copy of the conference manifesto was issued by E.Abu Backer, National President, Social Democratic Party of India.

The Welcome address was delivered by Popular Front’s National General Secretary K.M Shareef.

SJC Office inauguration
SJC Office inauguration

The introduction and the theme of the Social Justice Conference was delivered by Popular Front of India Chairman, E.M Abdul Rahiman.

He told “This is for the first time Popular Front is organising a major public programme beyond South India.

“Build the Nation on Justice is the slogan carried by the forthcoming conference. “

National President of SDPI (Social Democratic Party of India) mentioned in his speech that “This is the time to fight for our rights instead of asking for charity. More over it is a larger conspiracy in 1970’s hatched by the RSS and Jan Sangh to use J P Narayan for their political needs. In a similar manner, Anna Hazare is used by them at present. The recent communal tensions in West Bengal, Rajasthan, UP and Madhya Pradesh are part of a larger conspiracy”.

Bhai Tej Singh, President of Ambedkar Samaj Party extended his full support for the Social Justice Conference. Moulana Zulfikar Ali, Vice President of All India Imams Council and Prof P Koya NEC member Popular Front and Editor of Tejas Malayalam daily were among the prominent persons who attended the program. Community leaders and the general public from various parts of Delhi attended the gathering.

SJC Office inauguration Finally the programme concluded with the vote of thanks by M.A.Jinnah, Convenor of the Social Justice Conference.

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