PFI misrepresents government policies and spreads hatred among Muslims IG News


– Petrol bombs were thrown at the house of three RSS workers in Chennai

– PFI conspired to blast PM Modi in Patna in July: ED reveals

New Delhi: Documents seized from Popular Front of India offices and homes of its leaders across the country have found highly sensitive material, targeting prominent leaders of a particular community. Further, the NIA report claims that PFI is spreading hatred towards India among Muslims by misrepresenting government policies. Further, the ED revealed that a Muslim outfit had hatched a plot to bomb PM Modi in Patna in July.

Along with raiding more than 150 places of PFI in 15 states in the country, NIA arrested more than 106 people. Seeking the remand of 10 accused in the special NIA court in Kochi, the investigating agency alleged that this fundamentalist Islamic organization was inciting youth to join terror groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba and Islamic State.

The report claimed that the PFI was working to misrepresent government policies to a section of Muslims to instill hatred against India and hatred against the ruler and his departments. Documents seized during the raids have yielded material which suggests that the PFI through its leaders was working to create tension between communities.

The Enforcement Directorate, which played a joint role in the nationwide raid on the PFI, claimed that the PFI hatched a conspiracy to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi two months ago. He had prepared to blow up PM Modi’s rally on 12th July in Patna. A training camp was also held to attack the Prime Minister’s rally. PFI suspects were arrested from Patna in July. A booklet named ‘India 2047’ was also found among the documents seized from him at that time.

Petrol bombs were hurled at the houses of three RSS workers in Tamil Nadu on Saturday. A PFI worker who threw a bomb at the house of RSS worker Sitharaman in Chennai on Saturday has been identified as a police investigation. Earlier, petrol bombs were hurled at the house of a Sangh office-bearer in Kovaipudur, Coimbatore.

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