The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday raided the premises of Popular Front of India (PFI) across the country. During this, the NIA had detained more than a hundred people. Supporters of PFI also protested at various places on Friday against this action. In this sequence, PFI workers also demonstrated outside the collector’s office in Pune. The protesters were detained by the police. During this, there was also a scuffle between the protesters and the police. Slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ were also allegedly raised here. However, the police administration had denied this. Now the statement of the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra has also come out on this.
Punyaat jya samajkankanni pakistan zindabadche slogans dil ya pravriticha karava tevdha prohibition kameech ahe. Polis machina tyanchyya, te action worthy to oppose, pan shivrayanchya bhumit ale slogane ajibat sahan ke jaanar nahit.
— Eknath Shinde – Eknath Shinde (@mieknathshinde) September 24, 2022
Chief Minister Eknath Sinde said on this that the kind of anti-national ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans being raised in Pune, there is less to be condemned for it. The police will definitely take appropriate action against this, but such slogans will not be tolerated on Shivaji’s land.
At the same time, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that strict action will be taken against anyone who raises the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad. Speaking in Nagpur, Fadnavis said, “If someone raises ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan in Maharashtra or India, that person will not be spared and action will be taken against them. Wherever they are, we will trace them and take action against them.” will do.”
Why is there raid on PFI?
Action of raids on PFI The officials concerned have told a news agency that raids are being conducted on members of PFI who are instigating people to join terror funding, training camps and the organization. A conspiracy was being hatched through PFI to establish Ghazwa-e-Hind in Phulwari Sharif of Bihar. Where NIA recently raided. PFI was also giving arms training in the name of Karate training in Nizamabad, Telangana. There also NIA raided. Apart from this, the connection of PFI was also revealed in Karnataka’s Hijab controversy and Praveen Nettru murder case.
How many arrests were made in which state?
During the action of NIA on Thursday, 22 people have been arrested from Kerala. Whereas, 20-20 people have been arrested from Maharashtra and Karnataka. Apart from these, 10 people were arrested from Tamil Nadu, 9 from Assam, 8 from Uttar Pradesh, 5 from Andhra Pradesh, 4 from Madhya Pradesh, 3 each from Puducherry and Delhi and 2 from Rajasthan. The NIA also arrested PFI National President OMS Salam and Delhi President Parvez Ahmed.
PFI trying to run agenda under Plan B
It is worth noting that PFI had already formed many organizations to further its agenda. The organization feared that the government might ban it at some point. Due to which it had prepared Plan B. However, as soon as the agencies came to know about it, they busted it. According to the exclusive information received by ‘Aaj Tak’, PFI has created not one or two but more than half a dozen such organizations. According to high-level documents from the Office of Internal Security, these organizations have been created to evade sanctions on government agencies and spread terrorist agendas.