PFI workers broke bus-car, attacked police, HC said – strict action should be taken; 10 Big Updates

PFI News Updates: PFI has called a bandh in Kerala on Friday against the NIA raids. Incidents of violence are coming to the fore in some cities during this bandh.

PFI has called a shutdown in Kerala today.

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TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Surendra Kumar Verma

Sep 23, 2022 | 2:00 PM

From the raids conducted by the Central Investigation Agency NIA against itself in the Terror funding case in 15 states of the country. Popular Front of India (PFI) is furious. PFI has called a bandh in Kerala on Friday against this raid. During this bandh, incidents of violence are coming to the fore in some cities of Kerala. PFI supporters have vandalized buses and cars at many places. Also on them in Tamil Nadu BJP There has also been an allegation of assault in the office. Amidst all this, the Kerala High Court has taken suo motu cognizance of the strike called by the PFI.

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Know 10 big updates in PFI case

  1. A big disclosure has been made in the PFI case on Friday. A big conspiracy has been exposed from the remand copy of the case. According to this, there were many big leaders on the target of PFI. The purpose of PFI was to lure the youth to join terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba, AQIS and ISIS.
  2. Incidents of violence have been reported at isolated places in the state amid a day-long strike called by Islamic outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) in Kerala on Friday. The strike was called by the PFI to protest the raids by the NIA and other agencies on the PFI offices and premises linked to its leaders on Thursday on charges of supporting terrorist activities in the country.
  3. Stones were pelted on Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) buses in various districts including Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Kozhikode, Wayanad and Alappuzha in Kerala. According to local media reports, a petrol bomb was hurled at a vehicle which was going to distribute newspapers at Narayanpara in Kannur.
  4. KSRTC buses, tanker lorries and some other vehicles were reported damaged in stone pelting by people supporting the strike in Allappuzha. A 15-year-old girl and an auto rickshaw driver were injured in Kozhikode and Kannur allegedly by PFI activists in stone pelting, respectively. However, the Kerala Police has beefed up security in the state following the PFI’s call for a state-wide strike and issued instructions to the district police chiefs to ensure law and order.
  5. On the other hand, Maulana Sajid Rashidi has supported PFI. He has said that PFI works for the benefit of Muslims. They are with Muslims, that’s why the government is spreading panic, this is their conspiracy. At the same time, in Bhopal, NIA has produced 4 people associated with PFI in the court. He has been sent on 7 days remand. Supporters of PFI have also demonstrated in Bhopal.
  6. Two policemen were attacked by two bike-borne supporters of PFI in Kollam, Kerala. Both the policemen were injured in this attack. Apart from this, PFI workers in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu have been accused of attacking the BJP office. During this, it has also been claimed that petrol bombs were thrown.
  7. According to a statement issued by the police, strict action will be taken against those who violate the law. All police personnel will be deployed to maintain law and order in the state. The PFI had said on Thursday that it will protest against attempts by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)-controlled fascist government to silence opponents by misusing central agencies. There will be a strike across the state.
  8. PFI state general secretary A Abdul Sattar had issued a statement saying that the strike would be held from 6 am to 6 pm. Earlier, PFI activists had taken out a march on the places where the raids were conducted on Thursday. He also raised slogans against the central government and its investigative agencies. However, central forces were already deployed at all such places with the intention of strengthening the security arrangements.
  9. The Kerala High Court on Friday took suo motu cognizance of the strike called by Islamic organization PFI across the state and incidents of sporadic violence in the state. The court said that it has already banned the strike and damage to public property will not be accepted. The court directed the state administration to take strict action against those violating its order banning the strike. He also asked the government to take all possible measures to stop the violence.
  10. Several agencies led by the NIA arrested 106 PFI office-bearers in simultaneous raids at 93 places in 15 states on Thursday for supporting terrorist activities in the country. Officials had said that Kerala, where the PFI has some strongholds, had the highest number of arrests at 22. Those arrested include PFI’s Kerala unit president CP Mohammed Basheer, national president O M A Salaam, national secretary Nasruddin Elmaram, former president E Abubakar and others.

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