Big disclosure in NIA's inquiry, PM Modi's Patna rally was targeted by PFI
PM Modi's Patna rally was the target of PFI, this was revealed in the investigation of NIA. Not only this, funds of more than 200 crores were being collected not only from different cities of India but also from abroad......
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has questioned Popular Front of India (PFI) member Shafiq Paith, arrested from Kerala. There has been a big revelation in this. Shafif Paith has told NIA that his target was Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Patna rally. According to Sharif, the PFI leaders wanted to disturb the atmosphere during the rally. Banners and posters were also made for this. So that his rally could be ruined.
PM Modi's rally was in Patna on 12th July
Recently NIA and ED arrested PFI members. During interrogation, Shafiq said that on July 12 this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a rally in Patna. This rally was targeted by PFI. The PFI had also given special training to those who spoiled the atmosphere of the rally. During the investigation, it has also been found that about 120 crore rupees were deposited in the account of PFI in a year. And not only that, twice the amount deposited in the account was recovered as cash.
Funding was coming from abroad
The NIA investigation also revealed that these crores of rupees were collected not only from different cities of India but also from abroad. This money was being used for anti-national activities.
NIA arrested 22 people from Kerala
During this action, 106 people were arrested from many parts of the country. Most of the arrests were from Kerala. NIA has arrested 22 people from Kerala. The PFI had already formed several organizations to further its agenda. Through which PFI had made a complete plan to continue its agenda in the country. However, as soon as the agencies came to know about it, they busted it.
PFI had prepared many organizations
According to the information, PFI has formed not one or two but more than half a dozen such organizations. According to high-level documents from the Office of Internal Security, these organizations are designed to evade government agency sanctions and spread terrorist agendas.