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Campus Front gets new team

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Hyderabad: The first National General Council of Campus Front of India was held here on 1 May. National President Adv. Mohamed Yusuff presided over the meeting and and told delegates that the organisation has received huge response from students in various places. Adv. K.P. Mohamed Sheriff, Secretary General of NCHRO (National Confederation of Human Rights Organisation) inaugurated the programme. He siad, “Students are the backbone of any social movements to lead social changes, they should not go to the deeper sense of materialistic attitudes .It may destroy the social equity”. Then National General Secretary Anisujjaman presented the annual report. Various interactions were held in response to the annual report and passed by the council.
 
The election was held in the afternoon session and the following were elected as the new National Office Bearers and National Committee members of Campus Front of India:
 
National President: Md Anisujjaman (JNU)
National Vice-President: Asif Mirza (Rajasthan)
National General Secretary: C.A. Raoof (Kerala)
National Secretary: Mehfoos (Karnataka)
National Treasurer: Abdur Rahman (Karnataka)
National Committee Members:
1.    Emdadul Haque (AMU)
2.    Obaidur Rahamn, (JNU)
3.    Rabiul Islam (West Bengal)
4.    V.M. Fahad  (Kerarla)
5.    S.M. Shaafi (Tamil Nadu)
6.    Adv. Mohamed Yusuff (Tamil Nadu)
 
CFI Resolutions included: CFI strongly demands to wipe out corruption throughout the country; CFI demands effective implementation of the RTI; CFI demands the Central Government to present a white paper regarding the implementation of RTE; CFI condemns  unprecedented police firings and atrocities against common people in Jaitapur;  5. CFI reiterates its opposition to all India entrance examinations; CFI appeals to the VC, AMU to reopen the campus as soon as possible; CFI denounces corruption in the judiciary.

For more information, contact campusfrontofindia@gmail.com or visit www.campusfrontofindia.org

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 May 2011 on page no. 17

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