According to the chargesheet, the PFI organized training camps with the intent of causing disruption during the PM’s visit to Patna on July 12 and preparing to possess literature with the intent of posing a threat to the nation’s unity, integrity, and security. Read more »
The Kerala High Court maintained that the one-day statewide bandh in the state was organised by the PFI without permission for inciting violence. The court said damages to the public property could not be tolerated. Read more »
The CPO, CA Siyad, attempted to meet PFI members who were detained at the Perumbavoor police station in connection with the September 23 hartal-related violence and unofficially intervene in the matter without the knowledge or consent of his superiors. Read more »
This is days after the Central Government banned the extremist terrorist organisation and its associate organisations for 5 years. Read more »
Communist Party of India (Maoist), all its formations and front organisations are banned in India under UAPA. The organisation was banned in 2009 by the then UPA government Read more »
Members of PFI were not only given information about Hindu gods and goddesses, but they were also adequately taught about the RSS’s shakha and tactics, so their agents may join the RSS and obtain vital information. Read more »
The PFI members took a long circuitous route through multiple countries before reaching the conflict zones like Syria to engage in Jihad. Read more »
The NIA had recently arrested three PFI jihadis identified as Mohammed Faizan, Mohammed Rehan, and Sufiyan. The three had planned to execute blasts at several Hindu religious places during Dusshera and Diwali. Read more »
After the recent ban on PFI, the action was initiated against PFI and individuals associated with the organization across the country. According to reports, agencies have become alert and initiated action after this connection came to light in Bet Dwarka. Read more »
The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti welcomes the Central Government’s ban on the ‘Popular Front of India’. For the past few years, HJS 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. Read more »
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