Anti-terror agency raids Indian leader’s Popular Entrance in enormous crackdown

The Common Entrance of India condemned the lookup in a assertion.

New Delhi:

Governing administration resources explained the Nationwide Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday morning raided premises joined to the Common Entrance of India (PFI) in various states.

Amid the large crackdown on PFI, counter-terrorism agencies have conducted raids in 10 states, which include Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

More than 100 senior PFI leaders and personnel were arrested in nationwide raids. The raid was coordinated by the NIA, the Division of Law Enforcement (ED) and the state law enforcement.

Raids and lookups are getting carried out on those suspected of becoming concerned in financing terror, organizing instruction camps and radicalizing other individuals into extremist groups in what is believed to be the “most significant ever” crackdown to date.

“The attack took place at the households of national, point out and community leaders of the PFI. The point out council business was also attacked. We strongly protest the fascist regime’s use of establishments to silence dissent,” the PFI stated in a assertion.

The counter-terrorism agency on Tuesday charged 4 PFI personnel below the Unlawful Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA) subsequent queries at 38 areas in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

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