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Awami Front Reaches out to the Public
By M Tauheed, Aligarh

To create an awareness amongst the masses for the need for a really secular front, Awami Front organized a public meeting in Moradabad's Shaukat Bagh on the 1st of November. This meeting was hosted by Indian Muslim Political
Conference (IMPC) and was attended by people from all cross-sections of the society. All the constituent parties of the Front viz. IMPC, All India Muslim Forum, Momin Conference and Indian National League participated in this meeting.


Earlier, as per the decision of the Conclave of Awami Front held at Aligarh, the IMPC organized the dharna in Lucknow on the 6th of September
2002. This dharna against the anti-minority stand of the Mayawati government was attended by a good number of community leaders including Hazrat Maulana Kalbe Javvad saheb, Imam of Asfi Masjid and Maulana Shah Fazlur Rahman saheb, Imam of Tilay Wali Masjid. This dharna is being viewed as a major development on the political scene of Uttar Pradesh. Soon after the dharna, a meeting of the constituent parties was held and it was decided that the
front will for the time-being concentrate on the development of a better coordination within itself and with the masses. To develop a political
awakening among the masses as regards the role of the communal and so-called secular parties, it was decided that a series of meetings be held in major cities of UP. The first in series was held on the 2nd of Oct 2002 in Allahabad under the auspices of Momin Conference. All India Muslim Conference organized the next meeting in Bahraich on the11th of Oct 2002.
Moradabad's meeting was the latest in the series. All these meetings were attended by all the constituent parties.


Speaking on the response of the people during this series of meetings, Mr Saleem Peerzada, National Convenor of IMPC, said that the people seemed to be very receptive to the idea of a separate front of the Muslims, other minorities, Dalits and secular Hindus. The people have developed an aversion for the so-called secular parties and were looking forward to the emergence of this front in a big manner. Muslims in particular have felt let down by
the conduct of these so-called secular parties and were of the opinion that it was high time that they (the Muslims) join the mainstream of Indian
politics.

(Nov. 30, 2002) q

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