Army soldier beaten up in Kerala, ‘PFI’ written on his back, taken away from home IG News

Indian Army soldier has been attacked in Kollam, Kerala. Six unidentified miscreants were among the attackers. Also, the name of PFI (Popular Front of India), which is a banned terrorist organization, was forcibly written on the backs of the victims. Indian Army soldier Sheene Kumar has lodged a complaint in this regard. This incident happened on the night of Sunday (September 24, 2023). There is a rubber forest near the victim’s house, where this incident took place.

Sheene Kumar told that his hands were tied with the help of a tape and PFI was written on the back using paint. In this case, FIR has been registered under sections 143 (unlawful assembly of people), 147 (rioting), 323 (intentionally causing hurt), 341 (wrongfully restraining someone) and 153 (incitement with intent to incite riot). Has been done. This incident happened when on the same day ED (Enforcement Directorate) raided several locations of PFI in Kerala.

ED is taking action to attack the money laundering network of PFI. These raids were conducted in Ernakulam, Mallapuram, Wayanad and Thrissur districts. During this period, CRPF and Kerala Police officers also remained with the ED. In January this year, NIA (National Investigation Agency) had arrested Mohammed Sadiq of PFI from Kollam itself. The terrorists had also collected details of RSS leaders so that they could be targeted. In February 2020, it was revealed that PK Anas, a police constable from Idukki, was among those who leaked the details of politicians.

This incident took place in Chanappara area of ​​Kadaikkaal in Kollam. Pictures of PFI written on the jawan’s back have also surfaced. Before this he was also beaten badly. Halweel Sheene is posted in the ‘Electronics and Mechanical (EME) Cadre’ of the Indian Army posted in Rajasthan. Two people took him away from his house in Kollam, after which this incident took place. He was kicked from behind. The victim has said that he will complain about this incident to the military station at Pengode.