Anti-national intentions of PFI exposed from Bihar, open secret of funding from Islamic countries and training in India

Pankaj Prasad
Anti national intentions of PFI exposed
Anti national intentions of PFI exposed

PFI has been banned for five years. The anti-national campaign and intentions of this organization were revealed only from Phulwarisharif of Bihar.

PFI (Popular Front of India) has been banned by the central government for 5 years. The first information about the activation of PFI (Popular Front of India) was received in Phulwarisharif, Patna. After the arrest of Athar Parvez, brother of Gandhi Maidan blast accused Manjar Alam and former member of banned radical organization SIMI, and retired police officer Mo Jalaluddin from Jharkhand Police, on July 13, the PFI's plan came to the police.

Undercover training was going on

After the arrest of these two, some such documents were recovered from the training center running in the house named Aamad Palace of Mo Jalaluddin in Naya Tola, which gave information about the anti-national activities of PFI in Bihar and other states. Not only this, information was also received about such training centers in many places in Bihar, where youths were trained in martial arts and physical education in the name of weapons and weapons, spreading religious hysteria and involving them in terrorist activities.

Crores of rupees funding from Islamic countries

An FIR was registered against 26 people including Athar and Mo Jalaluddin at Phulwarisharif police station. It was also revealed in the investigation that crores of rupees are being funded from other Islamic countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey to indulge in anti-national activities.

There was a conspiracy to attack during PM's visit to Patna

In the papers received by the police regarding this organization, it was clear that these people wanted to add at least 10 percent of the people to their organization, so that by the year 2047, India could be converted into a religion-specific country. Also, on July 12, during the visit of PM Narendra Modi to Patna, the police had got information related to the conspiracy to attack.

Connection of murders after Nupur Sharma's statement

The police had got some such papers, in which after the statement of Nupur Sharma, the incident of killing of two people in Amravati in Maharashtra and Udaipur in Rajasthan was supported. Meanwhile, the name of Riyaz, a resident of Farangipet of Banatwal in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka, came to the fore, who was engaged in strengthening PFI across the country.