Modi govt bans radical organization PFI, plans were more dangerous than terrorists

New Delhi: The Modi government at the Center has banned the radical Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI). Let us know that many states had demanded to ban PFI. Recently, the NIA and police and agencies of many states raided the premises of PFI and arrested hundreds of people. The Ministry of Home Affairs has declared PFI as a banned organisation for 5 years. Apart from PFI, action has also been taken against 8 associate organizations.

Apart from PFI, the organisations that have been banned by the central government include Rehab India Foundation (RIF), Campus Front of India (CFI), All India Imam Council (AIIC), National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO), National Women's Front, Junior Front, Empower India Foundation and Rehab Foundation, Kerala. Let us know that, on September 22 and September 27, NIA, ED and state police raided the PFI.  

Also Read: Why is PFI being raided across the country, what's this organization's purpose?

In the first round of raids, 106 PFI-linked members were arrested. At the same time, in the second round of raids, 247 PFI-related people were arrested/detained. The investigating agencies found sufficient evidence against the PFI. Following this, the investigating agencies sought action from the Home Ministry. On the recommendation of investigating agencies, the Home Ministry has decided to ban PFIs.  

What is PFI?

Let me tell you that PFI was working on the mission of making India a Muslim nation by 2047, for which it had also made a plan in 4 stages. Several raids conducted by investigative agencies across the country on the PFI sleeper cell show that the radical outfit has launched several wings to evade government agencies and spread its agenda. PFI had formed many small organizations to escape the clutches of government agencies. Through these small organizations, they are conducting a large recruitment drive in schools, colleges and madrasas located in Muslim-dominated areas. In many places, Muslim children are also being trained in violence in madrasas. These people are also being trained in stone pelting and karate. The purpose of PFI is to target the poor, beggars and persecuted Muslim youth. These people also have to be brainwashed by filling them with anti-Hindu poison in their minds. To make India an Islamic nation, he is working on the policy of 'divide and rule' by inciting SC/ST and OBC against Hindus.  

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