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PFI organizes public event at Lucknow as a part of national campaign ‘Stop Politics of Hate’

By TCN News,

Lucknow: In the series of its month long national campaign under taken with the theme ‘Stop Politics of Hate’, a mega public meet was organized here by Popular Front of India (PFI).

The event was held on Sunday at New India Green Lawn, Khurram Nagar between 2 pm to 5 pm. The program was attended by about 2000 people.


K.M. Shareef, Chairman of PFI, emphasized during the event on the urgent need to stop the communal agenda of the fascist forces and unite Muslims, dalits and all anti fascist forces. He mentioned that the hate speeches by the Sangh Parivar leaders are not just against the minorities and dalits, but against the entire humanity.

The event was attended by many scholars and intellectuals including Hazrat Maulana Salman Husaini Nadwi, Ustad Darool uloom Nadwatul Ulema, Mohd.Shafi, National General Secretary ,SDPI Rajasthan, Shehnaz Sidrat, President, Bazm me Khwateen,Lucknow, Advocate Mohd Shuaib, President, Rihai Manch, S. R. Dara Puri ex I.G. Lucknow, Maulana Mohd. Maqsoom Ahmed Nadwi, President PFI UP East, V.L Matang, National President Bahujan Mukti Party, Gujarat, Dr Donald Dsouza, Manager Saint Francis College, Lucknow, Mohd.Ahmed Beg Nadwi, National Vice President, All India Imams Council and Mohd.Kamil, UP state president, SDPI.

PFI has launched a month long campaign on the September 1 in a grand public meeting at Nagercoil, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu.

Through this campaign, PFI aims to unite the country against the communal agenda of the Sangh Parivar and to strive to bring together all the anti-fascist forces to initiate a united resistance against the politics of hate, it said in a press release.

About 5000 public meetings, get together, rallies and awareness programmes have been organised under this campaign so far. The campaign will end on October 3 and a conclusion program for it will be held in New Delhi.