The Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested President Pervez and Secretary Ilyas of Popular Front of India (PFI) in reference to the alleged PFI-Shaheen Bagh hyperlink. The police declare that Ilyas offered funds to the individuals of Shaheen Bagh. Ilyas is a resident of Shiva Vihar in Delhi.
Earlier, a particular cell of Delhi Police arrested an individual named Danish. Danish was spreading propaganda with posters towards CAA and NRC. A day earlier, the particular cell arrested the husband and spouse of Kashmiri origin from Okhla Vihar in Jamia Nagar. The couple was arrested for having hyperlinks with IS's Afghan primarily based terrorist group. <! –
His interrogation and scrutiny of the recovered paperwork have additionally discovered proof of his involvement with the Popular Front of India (PFI). After this, safety companies and particular cell are investigating the hyperlink between IS and PFI.
Money laundering case towards PFI
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed a case towards the suspended AAP councilor Tahir Hussain, PFI and a few others for allegedly offering cash for cash laundering and rioting over the Delhi riots. Officials stated the ED took cognizance of a number of the FIRs lodged by the Delhi Police in reference to the investigation into the alleged cash laundering case towards Hussain, PFI and others and offering unlawful funds.
Investigation to allegedly present cash of Rs 120 crores
In the context of PFI, the ED is already investigating towards the group for allegedly offering Rs 120 crore of funds to incite riots towards CAA within the nation. The company has questioned about half a dozen officers prior to now fortnight. The case is being investigated underneath the 2018 ECIR towards the PFI and another associated organizations, which is equal to a police FIR.
PFI denies relations with violence
The Popular Front of India has stated that it has no position within the violence in Delhi. The Islamic group has dismissed the allegations, saying its monetary transactions are clear. The PFI has alleged that the central authorities is focusing on it unnecessarily.