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_Lok Sabha Election 2019_ DEFEAT THE POLITICS OF HATE

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_Lok Sabha Election 2019_ DEFEAT THE POLITICS OF HATE

The largest democratic country in the world is ahead of another general election. The election to the 543 constituencies will make up the 17th Lok Sabha. The 2019 General Election has attained international attention in the backdrop of the ascendance of rightwing powers globally. The people of the country are literally disappointed under BJP government due to its pro-rich anti-people policies. The govt's anti-people policies and hate politics have divided the country again in terms of economic condition and religious belief. Under the BJP government, the rich became more affluent and the life of the poor became more vulnerable than ever. Religious polarization has deepened. Demonetization and implementation of GST worsened the economic condition of bottom classes. Small scale and village industries, even after two years of demonetization, have not survived yet. Deliberate and continuous attack over the public sector in favour of private actors critically destructed public institutions. Farmers’ suicide rate break the records. The entire government is accused of corruption and it is first time in the Indian history that a Prime Minister is directly involved in a scam- Rafale deal; the PM cheated the whole country for the favour of a single person. For youth, the unemployment rate has hit high at 7.2 per cent and our country’s workforce has shrunken to 28 million from 30 million today. It proved that the overhyped ‘Make in India’ and ‘Skill India’ programmes were a mere political hoax. The people have lost respect in law and order due to the never ending attacks on minority communities in the last four years. International reports state that more than 50 lives have lost in the name of cow terror. Police encounters in BJP ruled Uttar Pradesh has violated all human rights values. Kashmir valley is soaked with blood more than ever and assault over Kashmiri students and merchants fueled by Sangh Parivar has steeped after Pulwama tragedy. Inadequate budget allocation and prolonged fund-cuts in the education sector degenerated the quality of education and resulted in the stagnation of infrastructure development of the schools. The government has delved into saffronising the whole education system by planting unqualified Sangh Parivar agents in the reputed institutions and manipulating history, in textbooks. Even the Supreme Court of India had to stop and faced the press, the fourth estate and accused the political intervention of BJP government in the daily administration of the SC. The only beneficiaries of the BJP government is the ultra-rich businessmen of the country. In short, all Constitutional bodies and non-constitutional bodies of our Country have been impaired by the Hindutva forces. India is desperately in search of an alternative which speaks for people’s politics and fight against the real enemy of nation’s development and harmony of the people - ie Hindutva. The general election 2019 presents a golden opportunity for rescuing the idea of India. The voters of the country should exercise the power of democracy intelligently. Young India can decide the future of our democracy at this historical juncture and we should recognize the bogus candidates and parties from their false promises who failed to hinder the fascist groups even after the seven decades of Independence. We appeal the students to exercise vote against Hindutva forces and their supporters. Campus Front of India urges to defeat the politics of hate and regain the idea of India. *MS Sajid* *National President* *Campus Front of India*

Resist the Sanghparivar conspiracy to Terrorise AMU

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Resist the Sanghparivar conspiracy to Terrorise AMU

Campus Front National secretariat in a statement called up on the students across the nation to stand with AMU. Recent continuous attack towards minority institutes by the Sanghparivar through their paid media is an indicator of communal polarization befor the upcoming loksabha election. It is their need to create violence inside the AMU, campus for this they were spreading hate news continuously since the BJP came in to power. By stereotyping AMU as the terror hub they are forcing the other citizens to fight against a premier university which stood in forefront to uplift the secular democratic values of our country. AMU is far ahead than providing the idea of India to its students than the Hindutwa forces trying to impart the idea of Hindutwa to Indian culture. The Media houses are relentlessly trying to make defamatory arguments against the University in the name of Terrorism and Minority status. BJP leaders' demands to scrap the MUSLIM title from AMU is also an indication to this. Students are manhandled outside and Police officials are reluctant to file an FIR against a media person who used communal derogatory terms and goons who trespasses the university and filmed with out prior permission. Students of AMU marked their protest against this move and they were booked under sedition charge. The National Secretariat added that if the name and identity of Muslim was the only reason for attacking AMU. We should fight back and will kicked out the fascist mindsets from the campus. Campus Front extend its support and solidarity to the protesting students and urge all students to mark their protest against the state sponsored islamophobic conspiracy.

UAPA against Teltumbde clear instance of authoritarianism: Campus Front

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UAPA against Teltumbde clear instance of authoritarianism: Campus Front

Campus Front of India national committee in a press statement said that slapping UAPA charges on activist and academician Anand Teltumbde is a clear instance of authoritarianism and repressive measures adopted by Modi government. Earlier the activist was subjected to an overnight arrest from his residence along with four other activists by Maharashtra Police. Then the Supreme Court criticized the government in strong terms and made a comment that the 'Dissent is the safety valve of democracy'. Similar is the case of sedition charges framed against JNU students. The government seems undeterred on its move against the students despite the adverse reaction from the Patiala court.In all these cases the ruling party is openly misusing and manipulating the government machineries and tampering with investigating agencies to meet its on interests. National committee opined that the Modi government faced with an electoral setback is resorting to repressive measures against the dissenting voices. Recently the presence of a parliamentary opposition is not at all felt as the government is moving anti constitutional bills in the Parliament and getting them passed in an easy manner. The only opposition against the authoritarian policies of the government is the dissenting voices from among the Civil Society. Targeting such activists and silencing them raises serious concerns and is a potential hazard to the democracy. Campus Front exhorted the citizens to stand up against the undemocratic measures adopted by the government.National Committee termed the legislation of reservation for economically weaker sections as anti constitutional to its core and a blow to the prospects of empowerment of socially backward communities and expressed hope that the court which has always rose to safeguard democratic values will invalidate the new legislation. National president MS Sajid,General Secretary Rauf Shereef, Abdul Rahim, Atiya Firdous, S Mohammed Rashid, Kalim Tumkur, Atheeq Rahman spoke at the meeting.

MS Sajid Elected as National President of Campus Front

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MS Sajid Elected as National President of Campus Front

Malappuram: The National General Council of Campus Front elected the new National Committee with MS Sajid as President and Rauf Sharif as General Secretary. The other committee members as Abdul Rahim, AtiyaFirdous (Vice Presidents), S Muhammed Rashid, Mohammed Kaleem (Secretaries), AtheeqRahman (Treasurer), PV Shuhaib, T Abdul Nazar, Mohammed Thafseer, Fayis Kanichery, MB Shefin, S. Musthafa, Misriya, Kaleemul Bari, Arshak Vazhakkad.The two day event was held at Malabar House, Malappuram. National Advisory Board Chairman KM Shareef controlled the election process. Earlier, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Popular Front of India, National General Secretary inaugurated the council. Delegates from all over the India discussed the national working report for the last year and participated in the election process. The council held that Section 69 of IT ACT which empowers certain agencies to spy on citizens is the violation of the constitutional right to privacy and demanded to revoke the law. The council resolved that frisking students before entrance exams is unethical andauthorities should step back from such practices. It is also held complicating procedures for obtaining minority scholarships defeat its very purpose. The council also demanded that reservation should be ensured for all streams of entry to Kerala Administrative Services.

PROGRAMMES

PROGRAMMES

Campus front of India Karnataka state conducted EDU NEXT

Campus front of India Karnataka state conducted EDU NEXT, an admission orientation workshop for central university aspirants in Mangalore. Br.PV Shuhaib, National committee member of Campus front of India and student of Jamia Millia Newdelhi took a session. Assistant prof of St Aloysius college Dr joyce Sabina lobo were the chief guest. State President Fayaz doddamane presided over the programme. District President Muhammad Sadik were present the moment

"Enough with Intolerance Unite against Fascism" Tamil Nadu state organized Girls student convention at Coimbatore

On behalf of Campus Fronts ongoing national campaign "Enough with Intolerance Unite against Fascism" Tamil Nadu state organized Girls student convention at Coimbatore. The conference imparted the message of relevance of unity among anti fascist forces to fight against a common enemy is necessary to protect our constitution and democratical Values. Programme was started by a massive rally followed by a Public gathering. CFI National Vice President Atiya Firdouse and activist Sundaravally and many dignitaries addressed the Gathering.

National president MS Sajid addressed the protest gathering at Aligarh Muslim University.

Campus Front of India National delegation visited the Aligarh Muslim University and discussed the issues with Union President Salman imtiaz, Vice President Hamza sufiyan and Secretary Huzaifa Amir. National President MS Sajid extended solidarity to the ongoing protest. He urged the government to withdraw the sedition officially, charged against 14 students. Sajid also states that the case was fabricated to malign the dignity of AMU and it would not stand in ground of lack of evidence. National committee member Arshak, state leader Arsalan were also the part of delegation.

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