The NIA conducts raids on 50 PFI locations in Kerala

The Popular Front of India (PFI) was formed in 2006. The primary motto as portrayed is to empower the people with justice, security, and freedom. The organisation protested the use of UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Acts) in harming innocent citizens in 2012. It has been involved in anti-national, and anti-social activities by the Indian government. In 2012, the government of Kerala claimed that the organization was a resurrection of the banned terrorist outfit Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), an affiliate of the Indian Mujahideen, as per several informed sources.

PFI is organized into violent clashes with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in several parts of Kerala and Karnataka. The activists have been caught using lethal weapons such as gunpowder, bombs, swords, and others. There have been some strong statements that PFI activists have been involved with terrorist groups. Groups such as the Taliban and Al-Qaeda may be assisting the PFI activists.

On Thursday, officers from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted several raids across Kerala state in connection with the banned PFI activists. The raids were being carried out in several districts, including Muvattupuzha, Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Palakkad, and Aluva in Ernakulam, by the state police. The NIA recently submitted a report to the NIA special court in Kochi on the status of their investigation into the PFI activists and their unlawful activities. According to NIA reports, during the investigation, the agency discovered a secret wing of the PFI that collected information from community leaders, and it is also claimed that the PFI committed many murders in order to instil fear in the minds of the communities.

The PFI, and their activists try to create enmities between different communities by involving themselves in unlawful activities with no intention to disrupt public opinion against the country. The NIA had submitted all the information to the honourable court of law.

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