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Dignity Conference on 6th November at Talkatora Stadium ,New Delhi

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Dignity Conference on 6th November at Talkatora Stadium ,New Delhi

New Delhi: Campus Front of India, a nationwide students movement is celebrating its 10th Anniversary on the theme Decade of Dignity. Being a student movement which educates the students to respond against the social evils, we aware the students about their moral responsibility to act against in justice. Campus Front took strong stand against the deep rooted fascist Ideology which destructs the unity in diversity concept of India. The hate politics and religious polarization propagated by RSS through Lynching, Hate speeches, Saffronization etc endanger the idea of India. The minority communities and Oppressed has been facing serious identity issues like Casteism, Islamophobia through the Brahminical Supremacy propounded by Hindutva brigades. Here the student community has lot much to do for creating a society of equal Justice and opportunity to all. Students were considered as the backbone of every society and they are the vital force to construct a welfare nation. The only hope and responsibilities to overcome the Hate politics and anti people policies of the Government vested on students. The struggle which we saw in the recent past was actually emerged out from Indian Campuses. So they are targeted to suppress by using different machineries of the state. The only opposition of this country has been facing frequent rustication and show cause threats which slow down the spirit of activisms. Here Campus Front urged the students to awake and speak up for rights and justice by breaking all the conventional hate propagandas of the state. Building up confidence to the society to fight against fascism by applying the power of education should be the priority of the students. The 10 year long journey of Campus Front taught the students to live with dignity rather than adopting compromising measure against injustice. A Dignity conference is scheduled on 6 Nov 2019 at the Talkatora stadium New Delhi. The programme will be commenced form 2 pm on wards. Students from prominent universities are expected to participate in the programme. We invite every media to cover this historic student conference which is going to be a milestone in the struggle against fascism and uphold the constitution. Campus Front General Secretary Rauf Sherif, S Mohammad Rashid, Karimul Bari and Sabi Ahmed participated in the press meet.

Govt must bear expenses of Kashmiri students:Campus Front

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Govt must bear expenses of Kashmiri students:Campus Front

Campus Front National committee demands that the government should bear the expenses of Kashmiri students in different parts of the country who are not able to meet their needs after the shutdown imposed on Kashmir. The students are dependent on their families for all their needs. Since the communication lock out placed along with the abrogation of article 370 there were numerous reports of kashmiri students not able to pay their bills being unable to contact their families. There are students who are made to vacate hostels and drop studies. The BJP government has been staying insensitive to these accounts since. This is highly objectionable. The government has to shoulder responsibility to ease the sufferings of students caused by its decisions. The government has to immediately devise plans to support students who are under impasse after its abrupt decision on Kashmir. Campus Front has decided to provide legal aid to students who are subjects to the sheer injustice.

Dignity Conference on 6th November 2019.

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Dignity Conference on 6th November 2019.

In a press conference held on 26th September at New Delhi, Campus front National Committee officially announced the Dignity Conference, which will be held on 6th November 2019 at Talkatora Stadium New Delhi. The programme is being conducted as part of its 10th year celebration on the theme Decade of Dignity. National President MS Sajid addresses the media person and delivered the importance of the campaign and objectives of the conference. He said that the ten years of Campus Front has been a decade that has made students feel proud, imparted confidence and dignified with the idea of being a student. A decade which changes students from passive spectators to active participants in socio-political issues; A decade which has stood for student politics reflecting the social realities rather than becoming tools of narrow political interests. A decade during students has given a helping hand for oppressed people who are on the lookout for help and leadership. A decade in which campuses stood tall and said no to fascism, imperialism, pro-rich and anti-people policies of the government. A decade which has raised voice against demoralisation and discrimination. A decade dreaming of social justice and equity. National General Secretary Rauf Sherif, S Muhammed Rashid, Atheeq Rahman and Sabi Ahmed also Spoke on the occasion. Students leaders from various states and central universities will participate in the event. Political Leaders, human rights activist are also invited. Programme will commence at 11.00 am. The conference poster also has been released.

_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*

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Statement issued in the joint press conference in New Delhi attended by leaders belonging to various social organisations, political parties and activists groups.

Nation-wide protest against Citizenship Amendment Act: Demands end to police brutalities in BJP ruled states; Seeks immediate Supreme Court intervention. More and more people are joining the ongoing protests against Citizenship Amendment Act day by day in all parts of country. The people are expressing their opposition through various modes of protest against this unconstitutional act. It is learned that the huge masses participating in street protests and their leaders are taking every care to cooperate with authorities in maintaining law and order. Hence these democratic agitations are peaceful in all states with exception of some states that are under BJP government. The onus of turning the agitations violent is only on the respective state governments because no untoward incidents are being reported from non-BJP states, though the protests are equally strong there also. The reports flowing in from different BJP ruled states show that they have decided to suppress the peaceful agitations by use of brutal police force. In many states an atmosphere of terror is created, curfew is imposed, raids are conducted and local leaders and activists are taken into custody. The police in collusion with infiltrated RSS-BJP agents are creating provocations, beating the protesters without reason and even resorting to indiscriminate firing on the mobs. The uniformly violent approach of the BJP state governments in suppressing the democratic struggle points to the fact that they are implementing the decision of the Modi-Shah Government and the RSS-BJP leadership. While what happens in the national capital is well highlighted, many brutal incidents in different states are not reaching media because of information blockade there. More reports of unreported police violence are coming from states likes Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Assam through various sources. At least 12 deaths in police firing have come to light so far. We have information that at least 9 people in Meerut and 12 people in Kanpur are severely injured in firing. Contrary to the official denial of any police firing, there are such reports from more places. In Bijnore alone about 400 people were arrested. In Meerut 24 activists are in police custody for days. There are reports of police crackdown and mass arrests from cities like Lucknow and Banaras also. Unlike other places those who are taken into custody while protesting are not released later. In some places Hindutva communal goons also roam free with police targeting minorities. Thus Uttar Pradesh is converted into a police state by the Yogi Adityanath government. In Karnataka the police crossed all limits and fired at peaceful protesters causing 2 deaths and injury to many people in Mangalore. There the police have taken hundreds of Muslim youth to illegal custody out of political vengeance. In Assam also activists and leaders belonging to Muslims community are particularly targetted by police though the lead role in agitation is not played by Assamese ethnic groups. Same way in Delhi Friday protest call given by Bheem Army Chief Chandershekhar Ravan call was a peaceful but he was arrested for issung a just and democratic call like earlier leaders like yogendra yadav D Raja parshant Bhushan were arrested unlawfully. We condemn all repressive measures by the BJP central and state governments that are undemocratic, unlawful and unconstitutional. Let them remember that people’s voices for the protection of citizenship rights cannot be curtailed by any such moves as it is the response of the nation, irrespective of other differences, against the divisive agenda of RSS and BJP. In this situation we demand the following: At this time when people’s unrest and opposition is at an unprecedented level, the Supreme Court of India and respective High Courts, instead of clinching to technical and procedural matters, should fulfil their constitutional obligation by effective and immediate intervention. The central and state governments run by BJP must urgently stop all forms of repression including police brutalities, withdraw all false cases, release all detained persons and stop obstructing democratic protests against CAA and NRC. As it is better late than never, the BJP government by realising their folly has to abandon the new Citizenship Amendment Act and withdraw their plan to implement nationwide NRC. Finally we call upon all civil society groups that lead these agitations and all citizens who are in the forefront to take every care to see that they are peaceful and not turning violent either due to hyper emotions or by purposeful infiltrations. Participants in the press conference: 1. Dr. Tasleem Ahmed Rahmani ( National Secretary, SDPI) 2. SQR ILYAS (National President, Welfare Party of India) 3. Prakash rao (Raj sangathan) 4. A. S. Ismail (NEC Member, Popular Front of India) 5. MS Sucharita( spoke person, communist ghadar party of india) 6. Ateekur Rahman ( National treasurer, Campus Front of India) 7. Prof. Nandita Narayan ( DUTA) 8. Perwez Ahmed (State President, Popular front of India)

Stand with Dr Vikram Harijan Fight against caste discrimination in academic institutions

Campus Front of India national delegation visited Dr. Vikram Harijan, Assistant Professor, Allahabad University who was subjected to attacks by ABVP and subsequent harassment at the hands of Allahabad University administration and expressed solidarity with him. Terror squads of ABVP threatens the professor over his opinion on history, expressed in a program conducted outside the campus. This is a part of the wider agenda to strong-arm the professors who decry RSS. The hindutwa forces do not want the critical thoughts and rationality to nourish in their regime of fervent emotionalism. But the university administration which is bound to protect a free academic environment joining hands with ABVP against its professor is outrageous. Show cause notice given to the Dalit professor is a clear manifestation of the casteist attitude of the administration and is an attempt to legalize bullying by ABVP. The haste with which the show cause notice was given is absent in providing necessary security to the professor who is continuously receiving threat messages and expressed his fears over possible lynching. Campus front exhorts the students and academic community to come forward in fight against caste discrimination in academic institutions. national secretary S.Muhammed Rashid and treasurer Atique Rahman were present in the delegation

Campus Front of India organizes 'Minority Bhavan Chalo' in Mangaluru

Condemning the government’s inability to grant pre-matric, post-matric scholarships to the students, members of the Campus Front of India held a ‘Minority Bhavan Chalo’ protest in front of Maulana Azad Bhavan in Pandeshwar here in the city on Thursday. As the police authorities did not give permission the protest a few protesters scaled the compound wall of Maulana Azad Bhavan. The police then immediately sent all the activists out of the campus. The activists then raised slogans against the government and called for immediate granting of scholarships to the students. Campus Front of In

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