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India’s Popular Front conspired to establish an Islamic regime, says top terrorism investigative agency


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India’s Popular Front conspired to establish an Islamic regime, says top terrorism investigative agency

India’s Popular Front conspired to establish an Islamic regime, says top terrorism investigative agency

On Thursday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), India’s main counter-terrorism task force, arrested more than 100 members of the Indian Popular Front… 25.09.2022, Sputnik International

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According to the agency’s initial investigative report, prominent members of the Indian Popular Front (PFI) who were arrested by the NIA earlier this week were conspiring to establish an Islamic regime in India. According to the report, at least 10 members of the outfit arrested this week were planning to carry out terrorist activities, including creating enmity between people of different religions in India. (LeT), al-Qaeda* and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Daesh*). Initial review of documents seized from PFI premises also revealed that the defendants were repeat offenders as they were involved in organized crimes on a number of occasions. The NIA investigation also indicated that these PFI members they not only sowed fear among people who belonged to other religions, but also committed illegal activities to terrorize them. The PFI has been on the radar of India’s investigative agencies over accusations of supporting forced religious conversion. dominate its Muslim population by 26%. Many states, especially those ruled by the Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – India’s federally ruling party – including Karnataka, have called for the organization to be banned.* Al-Qaeda , Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/Islamic State) are terrorist organizations banned in Russia and many other countries.

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On Thursday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), India’s top counter-terrorism task force, arrested more than 100 members of the Indian Popular Front (PFI) for allegedly organizing funds for terrorism. The operation spanned 11 states across the country.

According to the agency’s initial investigative report, senior Indian Popular Front (PFI) officials who were arrested by the NIA earlier this week were conspiring to establish an Islamic regime in India.

According to the report, at least 10 team members arrested this week were planning to carry out terrorist activities, including creating enmity between people of different religions in India.

The NIA further added that these PFI militants had brainwashed vulnerable youths into joining anti-Indian organizations including Pakistan-based terrorist group, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LeT), al-Qaeda* and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Daesh). *).

“The PFI also spreads disaffection against India through its misinterpretation of government policies to create hatred against the state and its workings,” the NIA report said.

Initial review of documents seized from PFI premises also revealed that the defendants were repeat offenders as they were involved in organized crime on multiple occasions.

The NIA investigation also indicated that these PFI members not only sowed fear among people of other faiths, but also committed illegal activities to terrorize them.

The PFI has been on the radar of Indian investigative agencies over accusations of supporting forced religious conversion.

He has also come under scrutiny from several state governments for allegedly promoting radical Islam among the country’s Muslims, particularly in Kerala where he wields considerable influence over its 26% Muslim population.

Many states, especially those ruled by the Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – India’s federally ruling party – including Karnataka, have called for the organization to be banned.

*Al-Qaeda, Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/Islamic State) are terrorist organizations banned in Russia and many other countries.



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