PFI's relationship with 'Gajwa-e-Hind', many states will share the inputs of suspects with Bihar

Pankaj Prasad
Gajwa e Hind
Gajwa e Hind

Security and investigation agencies are very serious about the 'Gajwa-e-Hind' campaign of Danish arrested from Phulwari Sharif.

Security and investigation agencies are very serious about the 'Gajwa-e-Hind' campaign of Danish arrested from Phulwari Sharif. After the disclosure of this conspiracy, its link is being searched in other states as well. After the meeting of the ATS (Anti-Terrorist Squad) of Uttar Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra with the Bihar Police, it has been agreed to share the inputs related to it among themselves. The ATS of these states will provide inputs of suspects related to PFI and Gajwa-e-Hind from their respective states to the Bihar Police. For this, the electronic evidence found from the conspirators has also been shared.

There is also a search in Kerala and Karnataka

According to police sources, in the meeting, the Bihar Police has shared the chat and WhatsApp numbers of the suspects belonging to the Gajwa-e-Hind group with the ATS of four to five states. More than a dozen suspects from states like UP, Rajasthan, Kerala and Karnataka were associated with the group, which are being searched. Information related to Nuruddin Jangi, a member of PFI caught from Lucknow, is being sought from the Rajasthan Police regarding the Jaipur connection of Danish, who was a member of Gajwa-e-Hind, while UP ATS. The history of PFI trainers is also being searched in Kerala and Karnataka.

ATS may get the investigation in a day or two

At the same time, the SSP of Patna, MS Dhillon, has been sent on the proposal of getting the investigation of Ghazwa-e-Hind and PFI case done by ATS. It is expected that in a day or two, the ATS can get the investigation. According to ATS officials, the final decision on the letter of the SSP is to be taken by the Police Headquarters. ADG of Police Headquarters Jitendra Singh Gangwar said that only Patna Police is investigating it.

Search is on for 22 out of 26 named accused

An FIR was registered against 26 people associated with PFI at Phulwarisharif police station. But, out of the nominated accused, only four Mohd Jalaluddin, Armaan, Athar Parvez and Nooruddin have been arrested. Whereas, the other 22 accused have gone underground. These absconding accused belong to Patna as well as districts of Saran, Muzaffarpur, Katihar, Darbhanga, Saran etc. To catch all these, the team of Patna Police is continuously raiding. Sources say that the close relatives of these named accused are also being picked up by the police.