Bomb making guide, GPS navigation, instructions to kill the idolater, know what the investigative services found during the raid on PFI?
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has banned the radical Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI) for five years. Exclusive documents accessed by India Today revealed that several incriminating materials were recovered by central agencies during the raids, leading to the arrest of several PFI officials.
New Delhi. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has banned the radical Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI) for five years. Exclusive documents accessed by India Today revealed that several incriminating materials were recovered by central agencies during the raids, leading to the arrest of several PFI officials. On September 22, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted searches against the PFI in 15 states, arresting 106 people. The second round of raids took place in eight states on Tuesday. During the raids, the agencies recovered incriminating material, including a manual for making explosives and surveillance equipment.
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Guide to Making Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) was recovered from PFI leader Mohammad Nadeem of Barabanki and Ahmed Baig Nadvi of Khadra in Uttar Pradesh. The paper is titled ‘A Short Course on Making an IED using readily available materials’. The document also says that “where you find an idolater, fight and kill”.
Two Lowrance LHR-80s were recovered from the residence of Barakthulla, district chairman of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), in the Ramnad district of Tamil Nadu. The Lowrance LHR-80 is a portable radio and navigator with GPS.
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The government has imposed a five-year ban on the Popular Front of India (PFI) and several other organizations associated with it for alleged involvement in terror activities and having “ties” to terrorist organizations such as ISIS. The government took this step after the raids on the buildings associated with the PFI and its leaders. Organizations banned under the Anti-Terrorism Act ‘UAPA’ include ‘Rehab India Foundation’ (RIF), ‘Campus Front of India’ (CF), ‘All India Imam Council’ (AIIC), ‘National Confederation of Human Rights Organization’ (NCHRO).), ‘National Women’s Front’, ‘Junior Front’, ‘Empower India Foundation’ and ‘Rehab Foundation (Kerala)’ just to name a few. More than 150 people were detained or arrested Tuesday after raids in seven states against the 16-year-old outfit. Five days earlier, PFI-affiliated sites were raided across the country and more than 100 people were arrested for the various activities, while a large number of property was also seized. According to a message released late last night by the Ministry of Interior, some of the founding members of the PFI are leaders of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and are also associated with Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) from PFI. Both JMB and SIMI are prohibited organizations.
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The notice stated that the PFI has created its own fronts to extend its reach among different sections of society such as youth, students, women, imams, lawyers or weaker sections of society, with the sole aim of extending its influence. expand its influence and keep raising money. In another notification, the Center authorized state governments to take action against the organizations associated with PFI. They can be arrested and property etc. can also be seized. The Interior Ministry said the “choli daman” of these allies or affiliate organizations or fronts is there. The Tax and Customs Administration has also withdrawn the registration of ‘Stichting Rehab India’.