Popular Front’s Secret Service; Hit list of non-community made: NIA- PFI | NIA

Kochi – The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has told the court that the banned organization Popular Front of India has a secret wing. The NIA said that they worked at the organization’s offices and made a hit list of people from other communities. They had a state-wide network and were responsible for data collection and list preparation. The NIA also told the court that it has evidence of IS links between the leaders.

The disclosure of the investigating officers is in the request to extend the remand period of the arrested PFI state leaders. The court extended the remand period of the accused for another 90 days.

Last September, the PFI raided the homes and party offices of national and state leaders and took them into custody and recorded their arrests. The arrest was made during a joint investigation by the Enforcement and NIA with the help of the Central Army. It was pointed out that the Popular Front activists had provided money for terrorist activities and carried out weapons training with the knowledge of the leaders. Patiala court has extended the custody of those arrested in Delhi.

English Summary: PFI Has Secret Group, Says NIA In Court

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