Fraternity Movement is a students' - youth organization that strives to realise a society based on inclusive democracy which respects difference, equality that enables to treat people equally and equitably, sense of justice which eradicates human right violations and preserves mutual fraternity in its every aspect.Read more
Fraternity Movement of India urges everyone to acknowledge the plummeting law and order situation in this country under the BJP government which has led to unprecedented hostility against the Muslim community. Unfortunately we see that Indian law enforcement forces have become the greatest threat to Muslims in India, with all institutions categorically failing to safeguard […]
Hundreds were arrested, Muslim homes were raided and 2 including a minor died after Police used brutal force in protests condemning the hate remarks on Prophet Muhammad. While the hatemonger Nupur Sharma and Navin Jindal roam free many including the family of Fraternity leader Afreen Fatima were detained by the Police at midnight yesterday. Her […]
Fraternity Movement Organised a protest rally in Kolkata against the state government’s huge scam in SSC exam, through which school teachers are unauthorisedly recruited and made a demand to fill all the vacancies expediately. Police of Mamata Banerjee have arrested our cadres from Santragachi
This statement is issued by Fraternity Movement, Central University of Kerala Unit to bring immediate attention of the University on the ongoing issue faced by four of CUK’s PhD students. Two years ago, four female PhD students from the Department of English and Comparative Literature were emotionally and sexually targeted by a professor at CUK. […]
Joint Protest organized at Jamia Millia Islamia against the Jahangirpuri demolition.
Fraternity Movement National Secretariat member Waseem R S, Delhi University student leaders Ashfaq Shahid, Muhsin Wadood and Hasna Hassan visited Jahangirpuri where the state machineries have demolished Muslim houses and shopes after Hanuman jayanti celebration. The demolition continued even after an order from the Supreme court to maintain status- quo. The state machineries are very […]