The alleged PFI members were found guilty of attempted murder, conspiracy, and various other offences under the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Additionally, some of the accused were also found guilty under the stringent UAPA. Read more »
The NIA then said that recce had already been conducted to execute a target and that the arms and ammunition had been handed over to a PFI Trainer, Yakoob, who had been conducting Training Sessions for PFI cadres. Read more »
Police have reportedly identified around 211 people who have past associations with PFI in UP. In a statement, the police said the raids started on Saturday to take action against the suspects. Read more »
Though the Islamist organization PFI has been banned by the Central Government, the members and leaders seem to be working to turn India into an Islamic country by 2047 Read more »
The NIA worked on a tipoff that PFI leaders were indulging in radicalisation activities in Vadodara, Gujarat Read more »
The Popular Front of India (PFI) organized terror training camps and recruited people for terrorist acts, according to the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) charge sheet presented Monday to a special court in Hyderabad. Read more »
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 »
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