#BanPFI_StopRiots trends as netizens once again demand nationwide ban on PFI

The name of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the ‘Popular Front of India’s’ (PFI) political arm, has emerged in the recent Bengaluru riots. Karnataka Minister K.S. Eshwarappa said that, SDPI is an anti-national organization, we are considering banning it. The Uttar Pradesh Police Department arrested 108 activists of the jihadi organization ‘Popular Front of India’ (PFI) in a case of violence against the CAA-NRC. PFI’s name has also come forward in connection with February 2020 Delhi Riots.

PFI is believed to have ben established immediately after SIMI was banned by the Government of India. The PFI appears to be a successor to SIMI’s radical activities, with similar intentions. The Jharkhand government has already banned the outfit.

Netizens took to Twitter with demand to ban jihadi organisation Popular Front of India (PFI) and its offshoots like SDPI. People started tweeting with hashtag #BanPFI_StopRiots and soon it became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter. It was on 3rd spot for some time and was on 4th spot for few hours.

Here are some of the tweets from the trend :

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