PFI: There was an attempt to incite youth to join terrorist groups - claims NIA, know the whole truth

Pankaj Prasad
NIA
NIA

The NIA claims that these people were trying to establish Islamic rule in India through terrorist activities.

PFI: In the joint action of NIA on Thursday, raids were conducted at many places of PFI. During this raid, the team also arrested more than 100 PFI leaders and activists. After interrogating him, the NIA, in an application for remand in a special court in Kerala, said that the PFI, its office bearers, members and people associated with it, by instigating sensitive youth in Kerala to recruit them in terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, IS, Al Qaeda. used to prepare for.

Demand for judicial custody of Karman Ashraf cleric

The NIA claims that these people were trying to establish Islamic rule in India through terrorist activities. It has also been said in the petition that the members of the organization were engaged in inciting enmity between the communities, destroying the harmony. Let us inform that the NIA has made these claims in an application seeking judicial custody against Karman Ashraf Maulvi, in-charge of the educational wing of PFI.

'Necessary to stop bloodshed in society'

Let us tell you that it is clearly written in the application filed that it is clearly visible from the hit list of PFI leaders that PFI through its leaders and members was doing the work of inciting enmity between the communities and had gone a long way in this. On the basis of the document, the NIA also told the court that further investigation in the case is necessary not only to collect evidence but also to prevent bloodshed in the society.

Violence during strike is pre-planned- CM Vijayan

In Kerala, a violent demonstration against this raid was done by PFI. Talking on this, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the violence during the PFI strike in the state on Friday was pre-planned. He assured of strict action in the matter. He said that the entire incident was done to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of the state.