Karnataka

Puttur: People Pour in for Popular Front's Struggle for Social Justice


Arif Jokatte

Puttur, Nov 15: A mega publicity programme of Social Justice Conference was held at Puttur recently. Thousands of people including women and children poured into the town, where Popular Front of India was once denied permission from celebrating Independence Day. A rally and parade was also held as part of the programme. The cadres and supporters of the organization participated in the rally that started from Duggamma Deranna circle and ended at Kille Maidan, Puttur.

Speaking on the occasion K M Shareef, general secretary of Popular Front of India, said, "Creating awareness among the common masses about their fundamental rights, making them to join the struggle is primary object of Social Justice Conference".

"Social Justice is not only an agenda of Muslims or Popular Front of India. But our freedom fighters had intended to establish social justice in the country after getting freedom from British colonialists. Our country gained freedom before 63 years, but a section of the society is still deprived of it," he added.

He said, "Our constitution says every citizen of the country should get social, political and economical equality."

"According to studies, 42 crore people of our country are living below poverty line. Plight of poor people in eight northern state is worse than 24 nations of South Africa. We do not have a strong economical policy", he said.

Prominant columnist Shiv Sundar said that Brahminism and Colonialism are biggest enemies of our country and RSS is spreading brahminism in the disguise of Hinduism. All progressive groups of our country are fighting against these elements.

He called upon unity of all sections of the society to establish social justice in the country.

Elyas Thumbe, state president of Karnataka, presided over the program. Speaking on the occasion he called upon all Muslim groups to extend support for the organization for the empowerment of the community. He said it is working for the developments of minorities, Dalits and all backward sections.

Sayyad Ibrahim Thangal Athur, Father William Martis, priest of Udyavar church, Abdul Vahid sait, vice president of Popular Front of India, Karnataka, Dalit Nagaraj, president of Dalit Panthers of India, Nurul Ameen, state committee member, Popular Front, Kerala, Abdul Latheef, state vice president, SDPI, Karnataka, S B Darimi, Imam of Uppinangady Jumma Masjid, spoke on the occassion.

SDPI Karnataka state president Abdul Majeed Kodlipete, Usman Haji Mittur, president of Markazul Huda Women's College Kumbra,  Victor D'Silva Mangalore, Jalil Krishnapura, SDPI district president, Abdul Hameed Salmara, M.Kusappa, president of Dalith Sangarsha Samithi, Nuruddin Salmara, Popular Front national secretary Yasir Hasan and all state committee members and other members were present.


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  • sayyed rafeeq bannur, jeddah k.s.a

    Mon, Nov 28 2011

    all the best keep going allah he bless us (ameen)popular front of india

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  • Kalandar kulur, Kulur mangalore

    Sat, Nov 26 2011

    Waw what a crowd unbelievable keep going on insha allha v vl reach our dreams as soon

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  • M Ahsanul Haque, Mallar kaup/Saudia

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    All The Best & GOOD LUCK In ur allKind of good activites

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  • M Ahsanul Haque, Mallar kaup/Saudia

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    All The Best & GOOD LUCK In ur allKind of good activites

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  • M. IQBAL, MANGALORE/ABU DHABI

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    Happy to see that PFI is making great progress every corner of India, we need such strong organization to fight against communal sects, corruption and injustice. Congratulation to all the people for the great moments of show up strength & solidarity. Thanks to concern authorities and people who made it possible.

    Mashallah!! What a crowd. Nowadays, in Karnataka, for minority and lower caste people justice is a dream. God bless the organizers and participants as well.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    Mashallah !! What a crowd. Great going. Keep it up. Nowadays, in Karnataka, for minority and lower caste people justice is a dream. God bless the organizers and participants as well.

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  • Rezy, Mlore/MCT

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    Wish we had such organization long back to overcome daily problems with justice, though late.. its going to be perfect ahead.

    All the best.

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  • Abdul Samad, Mangalore / Riyadh

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    Heartly wishes to the Strugle for Social Justice which will be held at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi. May this programm bring justice impartially to the coming generation.

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  • shaan, manglore/Dubai

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    Dear follow Citizen
    Since independent minority suffering for social justice for the religious reasons, this is the intimation that minority community awaking for their own way to social justice.,
    Create of Pakistan the reason beyond the Indian Muslims for suffering, irritating, questioning national curiosity and follow religion of British the Christians are suffering, irritating, and questioning national interest.
    This is not time for Majority community to take revenge for Create of Pakistan & British for Christians, majority Hindus are supplementary responsibility that take the trust from minority to lead the nation to Health democracy & secular and keep the harmony in the society, it will very necessary to take the nation to top .
    Jai Hind Jai Karnataka

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  • GHOUSE MOHD, KAUP/DOHA

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    ALL THE BEST...PFI

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  • deon, mangalore

    Tue, Nov 15 2011

    My dear brothers,

    Our economy is going down rupee loosings its value inflation is in its heights..

    No use of making diffent movments groups marches..

    everyone come together give a boost for our economy and solve poverty

    all social problems will be vanished..

    All these social evils comes becoz of individualist and religious thinking as well as poverty..

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