Raid On PFI / Modi government will ban PFI! NIA got strong evidence, just this problem is coming

Vikrant Shekhawat : Sep 25, 2022, 02:39 PM
Raid On PFI: On September 22, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) raided several locations of the Popular Front of India (PFI). During this, 106 people associated with PFI were also arrested. Many revelations were made in this raid. According to sources, on the basis of the evidence gathered by the investigating agencies, the Union Home Ministry is preparing to ban PFI.

Strong evidence found against PFI

However, before imposing the ban, the officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs want to make full preparations, so that if the ban is challenged, then their side is not weakened. In the raids conducted in 15 states of the country on Thursday, the investigating agencies have found strong evidence of involvement in terrorist activities against PFI. Based on this, it can soon be brought under the purview of the ban.

Instructions issued for action

Soon after the raid, Union Home Minister Amit Shah also held a meeting with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and NIA Chief. In this, instructions have been issued to review the facts gathered against PFI and take further action.

Home Ministry is taking legal advice

According to sources, the Ministry of Home Affairs is also taking legal advice before banning PFI, so that when the party concerned in this matter goes to court, the government's preparation is completed. This is also being done because the central government had to remove the ban on SIMI in the year 2008. However, later he was again banned through the Supreme Court. Whenever the name of PFI comes in any case, it is necessary to discuss that if there are many allegations on it, then why is it taking so long to ban this organization? What are those obstacles?

NIA and ED raid from different angles

According to the information, different agencies were engaged in gathering strong evidence against PFI for many years. Instructions were given by the Ministry of Home Affairs that no link of PFI organization should be left out. While the NIA's investigation was focused on the illegal activities of the criminal organisation, the ED has now been completely successful in tracing the source of their finances.

Suspicious transactions of 60 crores detected

A source associated with the ED said that during the investigation, suspicious transactions of about 60 crores have been detected in the bank accounts of PFI. It has also been received that money was being sent to PFI through hawala also. For this, bank accounts of laborers working in Gulf countries were used to send money to India. At the same time, the NIA has gathered strong evidence in 5 different registered cases, from making explosives to sending youth to an organization like ISIS, apart from the terror camp run by PFI members.