NIA An ED conduct joint raids more than 100 people linked to PFI detained mrq Pipa News


NIA An ED conduct joint raids more than 100 people linked to PFI detained mrq

Today, a nationwide NIA team raided and searched the offices of PFI and SDPI and the residences of local leaders. The activists of PFI and SDPI who have taken to the streets to oppose the attack have protested under the slogan of Go Back NIA. The protesters were taken into custody by the police. It is possible that more than a hundred people were captured in the raids in 13 states, then arrested and taken to Delhi. Officials raided 12 locations in Bangalore, 10 locations in Mangalore and Karwar, Mysore. During the attack, the PFI leaders were taken into custody by the NIA and subjected to intense investigation.

Officers raided former PFI district president Maulana Mohammad Kalimulla’s residence in Shanti Nagar, Mysore and interrogated them for about two hours. Now the PFI leader is being brought from Mysore to Bangalore.

Attack in Shirsi too

The house of SDPI leader Aziz Abdul in Tipu Nagar of Shirsi in Uttara Kannada district was raided by NIA and IB team and information is available that 1 laptop, 2 mobiles, book and CD were seized. Reject CAA and NIA is written on the wall of SDPI leader Aziz’s house. As Aziz is not there, the brother is taken into custody. There were allegations of involvement of two brothers in anti-national activities.

Attack in which states?

Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh

PFI National President OMA Salam, PFI National Secretary Ilamaran Naseeruddin were also detained.

Kerala PFI President CP Mohammad Basheer has been tried on charges of training and funding youths for banned organisations.

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Who is in custody in the state?

Former Mysore PFI District President Maulana Muhammad Kalimullah, Koppal PFI District President Abdul Fayyaz, Honnavara Mausin Abdul Shukur, PFI State Secretary AK Ashraf, Moiddin Ulundangadi, Nawaz Kavur

Home Minister Araga Gyanendra’s response

NIA officials have raided on certain information. Home Minister Araga Gyanendra said about the NIA attack in the state that the organizations were raided to destroy the unity and integrity of the country.

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In the Shimoga case, a bomb was prepared. The police have also tried it. His arrest prevented bloodshed and loss of life. Can’t see whether the culprits are minorities or not. Even if the organization is banned, the demonic attitude of individuals will not change. If he hides, he will be caught. He said that he does not know how to submit hats off to Shimoga police.

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