New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday carried out searches at 56 locations in Kerala in connection with the Popular Front of India (PFI) case.
According to sources close to newswire agency ANI, the searches are still going on at the premises and offices of several suspects having links with cadres of PFI, an organisation banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs in September this year with its associates, and affiliates for a period of five years under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
The report further added that the raids began early on Thursday morning with the help of local authorities following specific inputs against PFI cadres who are accused of involvement in several terrorist acts.
The MHA had earlier said that the criminal activities and brutal murders have been carried out by the PFI cadres for the sole objective of “disturbing public peace and tranquillity and creating a reign of terror in the public mind”.
The Ministry further linked the organisation with Global Terrorist Groups. They further alleged that some of the activists from the organisation have also joined terror outfits like ISIS.
(With Agency Inputs)
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