PFI gets bumper money from Uttar Pradesh, used to incite violence against CAA
PFI gets bumper money from Uttar Pradesh, used to incite violence against CAA

New Delhi: In the protests about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), there has been talk of huge funding in the revelations regarding the bank accounts of the Popular Front of India (PFI). It has also been revealed in this revelation that PFI has been given money from western Uttar Pradesh. Please tell that this organization is active in 7 states including UP. This organization has been active since 2010 and has been trying to spoil the atmosphere of the country.

It is noteworthy that the government of UP has already written a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs to ban this organization. It was said in the recommendation that many members of PFI have been members of the banned Islamic Students Movement of India (SIMI). The UP government claimed that 22 members of the PFI were arrested in violent demonstrations against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

In the police action taken so far, about one and a half dozen people of PFI were arrested from different districts of Uttar Pradesh. Police investigation has revealed that these people joined the PFI after the ban on SIMI organization. Let us tell you that Nadeem (Lucknow), Wasim (Lucknow) and Ashfaq (Barabanki) of the Popular Front of India, the mastermind of spreading violence in Lucknow, were arrested. They are all members of PFI.

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