Assam Files Case Against Popular Front Of India (PFI) Protesters, Calls For Ban

Assam Information Case Towards Common Entrance Of India (PFI) Protesters, Calls For Ban

Assam has filed a case towards Individuals’s Entrance of India (PFI) protesters and requested the centre to ban the organisation, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma mentioned.

A number of PFI members had been arrested in Assam yesterday as a part of a pan-India crackdown on the organisation, which allegedly has terror hyperlinks.

“We’ve got filed a case towards PFI protesters. We try to see who instigated it,” Mr Sarma mentioned.

In an enormous crackdown on the PFI, multi-agency groups led by the Nationwide Investigation Company, or NIA, arrested 106 PFI members yesterday in close to simultaneous raids in 15 states for allegedly supporting terror actions.

The Assam authorities has been persistently requesting to ban the PFI. Since PFI is unfold throughout the nation, it’s troublesome for just one state to go after them, Mr Sarma mentioned.

“We’re additionally investigating nexus between PFI and terror cells,” the Chief Minister mentioned.