PFI Ban / After the NIA raid, a 5-year ban on PFI was issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Zoom News : Sep 28, 2022, 07:58 AM
PFI Ban: A big news has come out from the Ministry of Home Affairs. In which it has been told that the controversial organization Popular Fund of India (PFI) has been banned. Raids were going on against this organization for the last several days across the country, after which this big action has been taken. Declaring PFI as an unlawful organization, it has been banned for the next five years. Along with this, this ban will also be applicable to all other organizations associated with it. Earlier, raids were conducted against this organization by the NIA in all the states across the country, during this raid many important evidence agencies got their hands. Including allegations of terror links.

Associate organizations of PFI including Rehab India Foundation (RIF), Campus Front of India (CFI), All India Imam Council (AIIC), National Confederation of Human Rights Organization (NCHRO), National Women Front, Empower Foundation, Rehab Foundation and Kerala and Institutions have been banned.

Operation Octopus carried out

The action that started against the Popular Front of India (PFI) across the country was named Operation Octopus. Under this, raids were conducted in some states of the country first, but after that suddenly raids were conducted in 15 states simultaneously. During this all PFI leaders were arrested. Under the second round of the operation, on September 27, on the inputs of agencies in 8 states of the country, the ATS and the State Police raided several locations of PFI.

In Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Assam, more than 170 PFI suspects were detained in the Maha Raid by security agencies. More than 25 people were arrested in Assam and Maharashtra, 57 in UP, 30 in Delhi, 21 in MP, 10 in Gujarat and 80 in Karnataka. During this, very important evidence came in hand.

The Home Ministry had an eye

Since the action against PFI, the Ministry of Home Affairs was continuously monitoring the matter. A meeting was also called regarding this raid under the chairmanship of Home Minister Amit Shah. All the big officers including NIA DG and NSA Ajit Doval were present in this meeting. It is being told that since then the process of banning PFI had started. After seeing reports related to PFI's cadre, funding and network, the Home Ministry finally declared PFI as a banned organization.

Serious allegations against PFI

The name of the controversial organization PFI has been associated with all kinds of violence and riots. In the raid of September 27, the investigating agencies have found many such evidences, which show that the preparation of PFI was to wage war against India. PFI was going to use the money received from Hawala to organize riots in the country. Since then, strict investigation is being done in all the states. Now after the ban is imposed, vigorous action can be taken against the PFI leaders.