Popular Front of India: PFI on mission to make India an Islamic nation, now NIA will investigate the matter

The Bihar module of PFI (Popular Front of India), working on a mission to make India an Islamic state by 2047, was targeted by the ED two years ago. The ED had raided the places related to it and also interrogated the accused. However, this action failed to stop his plans. Recently, the dangerous designs […]
 


Popular Front of India: PFI on mission to make India an Islamic nation, now NIA will investigate the matter

The Bihar module of PFI (Popular Front of India), working on a mission to make India an Islamic state by 2047, was targeted by the ED two years ago. The ED had raided the places related to it and also interrogated the accused. However, this action failed to stop his plans. Recently, the dangerous designs of this module have come to the fore again from documents found in Phulwarisharif. To find out the funding of PFI, ED conducted raids in several cities including Phulwari Sharif, Patna and Darbhaga. The ED had also questioned Sanaullah alias Aaqib in this case. Sanaullah is also an accused in Phulwari Sharif’s new case.

An official said that during the raids, important documents related to PFI and SDPI (Social Democratic Party of India) of the accused were found. SDPI is actually the political front of PFI. The amount deposited in the PFI account has also been forfeited. After getting new facts, the ED can investigate it separately.

Bihar Police did not keep an eye

Even after the action of the ED, the Bihar Police or other agencies did not keep an eye on this module. The dangerous intentions of this module came to the notice of central security agencies just before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Patna on 12 July. It was only after the central agencies were alerted that the Patna Police raided Phulwari Sharif and other places and the documents of Mission 2047 were exposed.

In view of its dangerous intent, the Union Home Ministry handed over the investigation of the case to the NIA, which started the investigation by registering a new FIR on 22 July. The NIA also conducted raids at 10 places in Patna, West Champaran, Darbhanga and Nalanda districts on Thursday.