Guwahati, December 05: Islamic fundamentalist organisation Popular Front of India’s National Executive Council met for two days last month in Kerala and discussed and resolved several issues, among which was the reiteration of their demand to rebuild the Babri Masjid. Echoes of that demand has reached the state of Assam too; several posters can be seen at public places as well as some public transport vehicles in the state.
Poster pasted at a shop in Guwahati
The National Executive Council called upon all Indian citizens to voice for justice by demanding to rebuild the Babri Masjid on the same site.
The meeting also pointed out that when demonetisation exercise of the central government completes one year, it has proved to be an utter failure in tackling the black money which was its declared objective.
The National Executive Council also urged intervention of all opposition parties and Human Rights groups to stop the harassment towards Bengali speaking Muslims in Assam which , according to them, is at its peak now. “The central and state governments have intensified the harassment towards about 5 million Indian citizens putting them in the category of illegal migrants, calling them foreigners, and classifying them as Bangladeshis and D-voters“ the council said.
The meeting also resolved to strengthen broad alliance against BJP in Gujarat, and withdraw NSA and release Bhim Army chief from jail.