four PFI members detained from Muzaffarnagar in a efficiency case towards CAA

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Uttar Pradesh has arrested four members of the Popular Front of India (PFI) in Muzaffarnagar. The police allege that they had been concerned within the violence towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on December 20 final month. Apart from Muzaffar Nagar, an arrest has additionally been made from Meerut in the identical case.

Large quantity has been deposited in banks

The title of the PFI got here to gentle when the police launched an investigation into the violence that erupted towards the CAA throughout the nation. The Uttar Pradesh police discovered that PFI members had deposited giant sums of cash in a number of districts together with Hapur to incite the mob and unfold violence. The City Kotwali Police has arrested a member of the PFI with previous taxing. <! –

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                 Police are combing his financial institution accounts and trying to find different members.

Sources say that in the course of the ED investigation it was discovered that the PFI was concerned in inciting violence. The ED additionally present in its investigation that hefty quantities had been additionally collected in a number of different districts of the state together with Hapur to unfold violence. Thousands of individuals, who took to the streets in protest towards CAA, had created a variety of uproar.

Police demanded ban on group

According to sources, PFI has 73 financial institution accounts throughout the nation. 120 crores have been deposited in these accounts. On Sunday, police arrested Nadeem, Farman, Nafees, Idris and Mursalin, residents of the village of Athasaini in Garhmukteshwar space, Thana, an lively member of the PFI and concerned within the disturbance. Some printed leaflets in protest towards the CAA have additionally been recovered from these individuals.

In December 2019, the Uttar Pradesh Police demanded a ban on it in view of the PFI's suspected function in a statewide violent protest towards the revised citizenship legislation.

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