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PFI may be banned, many evidences found during raids

Action Against PFI: The Government of India (GOI) can ban the Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI). Law Enforcement Agencies and Police have got enough evidence against PFI, on the basis of which the organization can be banned.

On Tuesday (27 September) on the lead of NIA, the police of seven states raided (Raids on PFI) against the people associated with PFI. In Tuesday’s raid, evidence has been found of PFI waging war against the country and spreading frenzy by raising money through hawala.

action of 27 september

On Tuesday, over 170 people with alleged links to the PFI were detained or arrested in seven states. The PFI has often been accused of being associated with terrorist activities. These raids were carried out after a similar action was taken against it five days ago (on 22 September) across the country. The police of Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Delhi, Maharashtra, Assam and Madhya Pradesh conducted these raids against the PFI.

Action against PFI of September 22

Various agency teams led by the NIA conducted raids in 15 states against the PFI on September 22 for supporting terrorist activities in the country. Its 106 leaders and activists were arrested. NIA is probing 19 cases involving PFI.

So many people were arrested on Tuesday

Officials said that during the raids, the police arrested 25 people in each of the states of Assam and Maharashtra. 57 people have been detained in Uttar Pradesh and 30 in Delhi. 21 people were detained in Madhya Pradesh, 10 in Gujarat and more than 80 in Karnataka. In Maharashtra, 25 people were arrested from six districts including Aurangabad, Thane and Nanded. Apart from this, the Pune Police detained six people associated with the PFI and its political wing Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).

Let us tell you that PFI was formed in 2006. The organization claims to run a neo-social movement for the empowerment of the marginalized sections in India. However, the law enforcement agency claims that the PFI is spreading fanatic Islam. This organization was formed in Kerala and its headquarter is in Delhi. After nationwide action against PFI, it is likely to be banned across the country.

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