Violence during PFI bandh, Petrol bomb hurled at RSS office, buses vandalized

The Popular Front of India (PFI) called for a bandh to protest the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raids in Kerala, but some shopkeepers at Payanoor in Kannur refused to keep their shops closed. During this, there was a clash between the PFI worker and the local people. The fight soon turned into a violent clash. Earlier, violent demonstrations of PFI have also taken place in many other cities of Kerala.

vandalism from many cities

During the PFI bandh in Kerala, reports of sabotage are coming from many cities. Images of vandalism in buses and vehicles have emerged from Trivandrum, Kollam and Kozhikode. PFI protests in Kochi amid raids by central agencies. Along with this, efforts are being made to close the shops at the local level. According to the information, the police have detained 5 people protesting here. According to the police, they were allegedly damaging the shops.

The protest against PFI in Kannur is becoming increasingly fierce. It is reported that two PFI men hurled petrol bombs at the RSS office in Mattanoor here. According to the news agency, the matter is being investigated. In the past too, there have been reports of damage to shops, public property and hotels by PFI at many places in Kerala.


Raids in 15 states simultaneously

The NIA raided around 150 locations of PFI across the country late night of 22 September. Under this raid conducted simultaneously in 15 states, 200 NIA officers took action. In which more than a hundred terror funding accused have been arrested. This operation was carried out from Kerala to Delhi, Uttar Pradesh in a very secretive manner. In which PFI national president O.M.A. Salaam was arrested from Kerala. Delhi PFI chief Parvez Ahmed has also been arrested.

Alert in Uttar Pradesh regarding PFI’s performance

After the announcement of bandh by PFI, the Uttar Pradesh government has asked all district headquarters to be on alert. The DGP has asked all the districts to be on alert regarding the announcement of Friday prayers and closure of PFI. The major places where Namaz is offered will be kept under strict vigil. Along with this, instructions have been given to take strict action against those who spoil the environment. While the team of social media is constantly keeping an eye on those spreading rumours.


Strict action should be taken against PFI: Kerala government

Meanwhile, Union Minister Prahlad Joshi said that the Kerala government should take strict action against PFI. Rahul Gandhi doesn’t know why he (PFI) has stopped his travel for a day for his convenience. When it comes to the interest of the country, all parties should work together. But their behavior is different, they are helping them indirectly.