Destroyed nine demons along with ‘PFI’ during Navratri; now impose a ban on ‘SDPI’ and celebrate ‘Dussehra’ – Demand of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

The Central Government’s decision to ban PFI is welcome !

The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti welcomes the Central Government’s ban on the ‘Popular Front of India’, that is, ‘PFI’ under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). PFI has been found involved in many anti-national and terrorist activities, as well as killings of Hindu leaders. For the past few years, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has been demanding a ban on ‘PFI’ through agitations, statements, social media campaigns, etc. Navratri is being celebrated in the country and nine monstrous jihadi outfits including ‘PFI’ have been demolished. Now the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti demands that ‘Dussehra’ should be celebrated by banning ‘SDPI’ which is a political wing of ‘PFI’.

A few years ago, the Central Government banned Dr. Zakir Naik’s ‘Islamic Research Foundation’ and Dr. Naik was declared a fugitive terrorist; however, more than 50 accounts of this terrorist are active on Twitter and Facebook. Similarly, even though ‘PFI’ and affiliated institutions have been banned, their Twitter and Facebook accounts are still active. This ban will definitely stop terrorist activities but the work of spreading terrorist ideology will continue. If they continue to spread terrorism on social media, it will be used to create chaos in the country and the actual ban will have no meaning. Therefore, we strongly demand that Twitter and Facebook, as well as other social media accounts of ‘PFI’ and all its affiliated organisations should be closed immediately.

In Pune recently, the workers of ‘PFI’ protested, in which slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ were raised. Such incidents will also happen in large numbers now. However, the Samiti also demands that sedition cases should be filed against those who raise such slogans.

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