One more PFI leader arrested in Assam   

Yet another PFI chief arrested in Assam   

Guwahati: Assam police on Friday arrested yet another Common Entrance of India (PFI) member from Guwahati, officers mentioned.

The arrested PFI chief has been recognized as Minarul Shaikh, the president of PFI in West Bengal.

He’s additionally the organisation’s nationwide government committee member.

The police mentioned Shaikh might be produced in a Guwahati courtroom later within the day together with Bazrul Karim, State Govt Committee member and Common Secretary, Barak Valley District Committee of PFI.

Karim was arrested on Thursday in Karimganj district.

A complete of 11 PFI members have been arrested in Assam on numerous expenses.

9 PFI leaders who had been arrested on Thursday in a sequence of raids in Kamrup, Barpeta, Baksa, Karimganj and Nagaon districts had been despatched to 5 days of police remand.

As per stories, out of the 11 folks arrested up to now, one was a linkman whereas the remaining had been members of PFI.

Police claimed they’ve been arrested “as there’s dependable info that they had been making all-out efforts to foment communal strife all through the state of Assam.”

Police additional claimed that the PFI leaders had been additionally obstructing authorities servants in performing their official duties by use of power, whereas the organisation was attempting to conduct a number of programmes in some districts of Assam by violating prohibitory orders below Part 144 CrPC.