Popular Front  accuses ANI of carrying imaginary stories to defame the organization

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By Muslim Mirror Desk

New Delhi : Popular Front of India has rejected ANI story in which the organisation has been accused of being a threat to a prominent Supreme Court judge.  “A defamatory news has been circulated by the news agency ANI yesterday evening against Popular Front of India reporting an imaginary plot that the organisation is a threat to the life of Supreme Court Justice Abdul Nazeer and his family,” PFI said in a statement.

  Popular Front General Secretary M Mohammed Ali Jinnah has strongly denied the  allegations and termed it an attempt to malign the organization.

“Such slanders are totally unacceptable. It is very unfortunate that none of the ANI reporters or the editorial staff members bothered to contact us to know our stand before publishing such a serious allegation. Though we immediately contacted the agency, it has not corrected or withdrawn the false mention about us in their news. On the other hand,   some other news portals and papers subsequently carried the same without seeking our version, ” Jinnah said.

ANI in it’s story had claimed that security forces and local police will provide ‘Z’ category security to Justice Nazeer and his family members in Karnataka and other parts of the country in view of the threat from PFI and other quarters.

“Since the report has not named any specific govt. agency or official as source of “the official communication” they accessed, the onus of the report solely vests with ANI and other media that copied the same, ” Jinnah said.

Mohammed Ali Jinnah also demanded an immediate withdrawal of the allegation with an unconditional apology. He stated that the organisation will be compelled to initiate civil and criminal procedures in public interest, peace and harmony, if the concerned media continues to remain irresponsible in this serious matter.

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