Some communal and foreign-funded organisations are hell-bent to shred the social fabric of society. They want to create anarchy and mayhem to fulfill their nefarious agendas. The Popular Front of India (PFI) tops the notorious list of such organisations that are working against the interests of India. However, the security agencies have constantly foiled every attempt of such anti-India organisations to create havoc in India. It seems that the security agencies have adopted a zero-tolerance policy against these extremist organisations.
NIA will dismantle the communal-terror Infrastructure
On 27th of August, The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) ordered a National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe in the Nizamabad case. It was found out that the PFI was running camps to radicalise the Muslim youth. In the disguise of Karate classes, it used to train Muslims in combat and arms.
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Abdul Qader, so-called karate master, was brainwashing young minds, in the name of karate training. Reportedly, he used to spew venom against other communities and incite the Muslim youth to “attack people of other religions”.
As per media reports, the NIA will probe the allegation that PFI had conspired to create a riot like situation in the district. The agency will also investigate the funding sources of these “training camps”. PFI connection & foreign funding of such training camps will also be examined.
The agency will take strict actions against 25 accused, alleged to have links with the extremist organisation, PFI. All the accused were booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). The security agencies also seized incriminating documents and weapons during the search. These weapons were allegedly used to give training to Muslim youth.
The 25 accused include the karate instructor Abdul. Reportedly, Abdul brainwashed more than 200 Muslim youth in the name of karate training.
PFI: A cancer to society
It is alleged that PFI was involved in past several communal riots that shocked the nation be it the Delhi, Bengaluru or Rajasthan. There has been constant demand to ban this notorious organisation. Several states, politicians and courts have observed it to be an extremist organisation that needs to be banned for public safety and maintaining law and order as well as communal harmony in the nation.
Earlier, in Bihar a terror module was busted which aimed to bring “Islamic rule in India by 2047”. It wanted to target PM Narendra Modi during his visit to the state.
The modus operandi was somewhat similar in that case as well. Moreover, it had alleged links with PFI. The documents seized from the Bihar module had a specific timeline to do Ghazwa-e-hind. In the specified document, it stated that even if only 10% of the total Muslims support PFI, the PFI would “subjugate the coward majority community & bring back the glory”.
It is important to note that the law is finally tightening its grip against PFI, its members and associate organisations. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken strict actions to smash its funding sources. The actions of the security agencies give hope that India will soon get rid of this menace known as PFI.
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