Assam police register 16 cases against PFI for terror links

Assam police register 16 cases against PFI for terror links

Guwahati: Assam police has enrolled 16 bodies of evidence against the Islamist outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) and two arguments against its understudy wing Campus Front of India (CFI).

Assam police Special Branch ADGP Hiren Nath on Saturday said a charge sheet has been recorded in 12 cases while the examination is in progress for the leftover cases.

“On April 15, we enrolled a case in Barpeta region in which nearly (16) ABT activists were captured. One of them was Maqibul Hussain. During the cross examination, Hussain recognized that he was the leader of PFI of Barpeta locale,” Nath said.

He said police have likewise found proof that PFI has shut attaches with Bangladesh-based fear bunch Ansarullah Bangla Team.

“Prior to joining Ansarullah Bangla Team he was effectively working for PFI in the lower Assam, yet later surrendered to join the said bunch where he was prepared by Mehdi Hasan,” he said.

Ansarullah Bangla Team is a fear outfit, roused by Al-Qaeda, and situated in Bangladesh.

He said a few PFI laborers in the State are likewise working for the Islamic fear association. According to the Additional Director General of Police, PFI is dynamic in 10 areas in the State.

The cop said that the police are watching out for its exercises.

He added that the Islamic outfit has a propensity for raking delicate issues, irrelevant to Assam, to incite strict feelings.

“One of the business as usual of this gathering or the laborers is that anything happening anyplace in the country which levels has no association with Assam-might be some Hijab issue or a few sanctuaries, mosques-they will show it here, particularly in the lower Assam locale, including Guwahati city, Goalpara, Barpeta, Baksa, Dhubri and a few pieces of the Barak Valley,” Nath said.

“Anything connecting with a minority local area, it could be a street mishap, it might a squabble between two gatherings, it could be misconception, it very well might be an examination of a case by policing, they attempt to term it as an assault on the minority local area,” Nath said.

He said the police have recuperated PFI handouts in Bengali and Arabic, writing proliferating Jihad and printing materials engraved with hostile to public trademarks.

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