Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Topic: E Abubacker

1 year behind bars: Tall Muslim leaders associated with banned PFI complete a year in jail

Tall Muslim figures, including the former now-banned Popular Front of India chief and SDPI’s founder president, E Abubacker, veteran journalist and National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO) general secretary, Professor P Koya, former PFI national chairman OMA Salam, former vice chairman E.M Abdul Rahiman, along with at least 42 Muslim leaders and activists associated with the banned Muslim group Popular Front of India, have completed one year in jail on 22 September 2023.

PFI: NIA files fifth chargesheet, this time against key PFI functionaries, tall Muslim figures

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed the fifth chargesheet against the now-banned Muslim group Popular Front of India (PFI) and 19 Muslim activists, including 12 members of its national executive committee (NEC).

Ensure medical treatment of PFI founder chairman E Abubacker on regular basis: Delhi HC directs Tihar Jail

The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Medical Superintendent of Tihar Jail to ensure that efficacious medical treatment is provided to Popular Front of India (PFI) founder chairman E Abubacker regularly.

Delhi HC rejects house arrest plea of PFI founder E Abubacker

The Delhi High Court on Monday refused to entertain Former Popular Front of Indian Chairman and veteran Muslim leader E Abubacker's prayer seeking his transfer to house arrest from Tihar Jail on account of his health condition.

No interim bail for PFI founding chairman E Abubacker, provide best treatment at AIIMS: Delhi court

Delhi's Patiala House Court Monday has directed the Tihar jail authorities to shift prominent Muslim leader and founder chairman of now-banned outfit Popular Front of India E Abubacker to All India Institute Of Medical Sciences in Delhi, his son informed Maktoob.

Chronic illnesses put jailed PFI founder E Abubacker’s “life at risk”

"Cancer, Parkinson, diabetes, memory loss...," Amal Thahseen tries to name chronic illnesses of his father Erappungal Abubacker, the founding chairman of Popular Front of India — a Muslim socio-political group banned by the Indian government last month.