NIA searches are underway across the country. Lightning strikes from midnight. With the allegations of raising funds for terrorist activities and giving terrorist training to youth… Popular Front of India (PFI) offices and houses of activists are being inspected. More than a hundred activists have already been arrested. In this context, Home Minister Amit Shah organized a high-level meeting in Delhi. National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Dobal, Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla, NIA DG Dinkar Gupta, Intelligence Bureau Director Tapan Dikha attended the meeting. In the wake of a large number of NIA raids happening all over the country, Home Minister Amit Shah has conducted a review… There is a campaign that the Popular Front of India will be banned. NIA Raids: NIA Raids. Along with NIA, ED raids are also going on in many places. It is reported that 106 activists were arrested after the search. Magazines, other documents, hard disks and pen drives were seized from the offices. However, PFI activists protested against the NIA attacks in many parts of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and AP. They raised slogans saying NIA go back. NAI has taken precautionary measures to avoid any untoward incident. Inspections were conducted at PFI offices amid the presence of CRPF and other central forces.
NIA officials have seized the PFI office in Chandrayana Gutta, Hyderabad. Hard disk, pen drives and many documents were seized. Inspections were also conducted in Uppal and Ghatkesar. Many places of Karimnagar and Nizamabad were searched. Also, NIA raids are going on in AP. Houses of many PFI activists in Kurnool and Guntur were searched and some were detained. But PFI has condemned the NIA raids. The NIA was angry that they did not commit any illegal activities.. They attacked their offices. Seeing such actions, PFA has made it clear that it will not budge.
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