Process to ban PFI has begun, says Karnataka minister day after pan-India NIA raids

Published by: Monishankar Choudhury | Posted: September 23, 2022 1:36 pm| Updated: September 23, 2022 2:44 pm

Process to ban PFI has begun, says Karnataka minister day after pan-India NIA raids

News Daily Digital Desk: The central government has started the process of banning the Muslim fundamentalist organization ‘Popular Front of India’ (PFI). Several steps have already been taken. This is what Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gyanendra has claimed.

Yesterday was Thursday KarnatakaNational Investigation Agency (NAIA) and Enforcement Directorate conducted raids in at least 10 states including (Karnataka). Investigators have arrested 100 members of the Muslim fundamentalist outfit ‘Popular Front of India’ (PFAI) on multiple charges, including providing money to militants. In that regard, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gyanendra said, “The process of banning PFI and SDPI has started in the entire country. Apart from Karnataka, the organization has links with several militant organizations in other parts of the country. Everyone knows about their evil. Where are they getting so much money from? Who is behind this organization? This operation has been conducted to know that.”

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significantly, PFIConnecting the Congress party with the (PFI), Minister Gyanendra said, “Congress has indulged PFAI for so many years. If they are to be brought under control, then caste, religion, profit, loss should be taken above these steps. It requires everyone’s cooperation.” It is better to say that next year will be the assembly elections in BJP-ruled Karnataka. Many people can see the color of politics in this comment of Minister Gyanendra regarding Congress. Meanwhile, West Bengal PFI leader Minerul Sheikh has been arrested from Delhi, Assam Police said.

It should be noted that PFI is alleged to be behind the communal violence in Bengaluru in 2020. They are also accused of inciting violence in Uttar Pradesh against the Citizenship Amendment Act. In 2021, an eviction campaign in Assam claimed that the PFI was involved in instigating attacks against the police by squatters.

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