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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) today raided PFI hideouts in 10 states including Tamil Nadu, Kerala to crack down on terrorists. More than 100 people have been arrested during the raids. The states that NIA has raided include 10 states including UP, Kerala, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh. This is the biggest crackdown so far against the PFI and its people training activities, terror funding and linking people to the organisation.

PFI president’s house raided, protest against investigative agency
The NIA and ED raided the house of PFI president OMA Salam at Manjeri in Malappuram district. Meanwhile, PFI workers protested. Apart from this, PFI and SDPI activists are also protesting against the NIA raids in Mangaluru, Karnataka.

Raids on the residences of national, state and local leaders.
Homes of PFI leaders at national, state and local levels are being raided. The office of the state committee is also being raided. “We strongly oppose the fascist regime’s move to use agencies to suppress voices of dissent,” the organization said in a statement.

What is Popular Front of India (PFI)?
The Popular Front of India (PFI) was formed on 17 February 2007. This organization was formed by merging three Muslim organizations of South India. These include the National Democratic Front of Kerala, Karnataka Forum for Dignity and Tamil Nadu’s Manitha Niti Psarai. PFI claims that the organization is currently active in 23 states of the country. PFI has expanded rapidly since the Students Islamic Movement (SEM) was banned in the country. The organization is said to have a significant presence in the South Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala. It also has several branches. This includes organizations like the National Women’s Front for women and the Campus Front of India for students. Political parties also accuse each other of taking the help of the PFI to win the support of Muslim voters during elections. Since its inception, PFI has been accused of anti-social and anti-national activities.

Protest against investigation agency


Earlier, a raid was conducted on September 18.
Let us know that earlier on September 18, the NIA team raided 40 locations in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Meanwhile, four people were detained and questioned. Among them were two persons from Telangana and Andhra. It is being told that more than 23 teams are conducting search operations in both the states.

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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) today raided PFI hideouts in 10 states including Tamil Nadu, Kerala to crack down on terrorists. More than 100 people have been arrested during the raids. The states that NIA has raided include 10 states including UP, Kerala, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh. This is the biggest crackdown so far against the PFI and its people training activities, terror funding and linking people to the organisation.

PFI president’s house raided, protest against investigative agency

The NIA and ED raided the house of PFI president OMA Salam at Manjeri in Malappuram district. Meanwhile, PFI workers protested. Apart from this, PFI and SDPI activists are also protesting against the NIA raids in Mangaluru, Karnataka.

Raids on the residences of national, state and local leaders.

Homes of PFI leaders at national, state and local levels are being raided. The office of the state committee is also being raided. The organization said in a statement that we are strongly opposed to the fascist regime’s move to use agencies to suppress the voice of dissent.

What is Popular Front of India (PFI)?

The Popular Front of India (PFI) was formed on 17 February 2007. This organization was formed by merging three Muslim organizations of South India. These include the National Democratic Front of Kerala, Karnataka Forum for Dignity and Tamil Nadu’s Manitha Niti Psarai. PFI claims that the organization is currently active in 23 states of the country. PFI has expanded rapidly since the Students Islamic Movement (SEM) was banned in the country. The organization is said to have a significant presence in the South Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala. It also has several branches. This includes organizations like the National Women’s Front for women and the Campus Front of India for students. Political parties also accuse each other of taking the help of the PFI to win the support of Muslim voters during elections. Since its inception, PFI has been accused of anti-social and anti-national activities.

Protest against investigation agency



Earlier, a raid was conducted on September 18.

Let us know that earlier on September 18, the NIA team raided 40 locations in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Meanwhile, four people were detained and questioned. Among them were two persons from Telangana and Andhra. It is being told that more than 23 teams are conducting search operations in both the states.

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