NIA claims – PFI Used to Recruit Youth in Terrorist Groups


The National Investigation Agency (NIA), in an application for remand in a special court in Kerala, has said that the PFI, its office bearers, members and its affiliates have been recruited into terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, IS, Al-Qaeda etc. by instigating vulnerable youth in Kerala. used to prepare. These people were conspiring to establish Islamic rule in India through terrorist activities. It also states that the members of the organization were engaged in inciting enmity between communities, destroying harmony.

The NIA has made these claims in an application seeking judicial custody against PFI’s educational wing in-charge Karman Ashraf Maulvi. At the same time, it is clear from the hit list made by the leaders that the PFI, which was working through its leaders and members, had gone too far in inciting enmity between the communities. On the basis of these documents, the NIA told the court that further investigation in the case is necessary not only to collect evidence but also to prevent bloodshed in the society.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the violence during the PFI strike in the state on Friday was premeditated. He assured strict action in the matter. He said that the entire incident was done to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of the state.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has said that his government is convinced that PFI should be banned and we are continuously requesting the central government for the same. We want the central government to take action against this organization to create an environment for terrorist activities.