Mumbai: Around 60-70 people of the radical Islamic outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) have been booked in Maharashtra's Pune. Along with this, a person named Riyaz Sayyed has been detained. In fact, PFI activists had taken to the streets illegally and were protesting against the Raids of the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
Several activists of the radical outfit PFI gathered in front of the district collector's office on Friday and started shouting slogans against the joint raids with other NIA agencies and police. Not only this, but PFI workers also raised slogans of 'Pakistan Zindabad.' Let us know that the action of NIA against PFI in 11 states including Maharashtra for the last three days has been named 'Operation Octopus'.
NIA is carrying out these actions in collaboration with ED, ATS, GST and police. Around 106 people were arrested in raids across the country on September 22. In Maharashtra alone, 20 people were arrested after raids at around 20 locations. Some of the arrested PFI activists have been detained and some have been arrested. All these inquiries begin. In the coming time, there are chances of big disclosures in this inquiry.