PFI Case: NIA raids at 40 places, four arrested

NIA Raid: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken a major action against the Popular Front of India (PFI Case) on Sunday. NIA has raided 40 places in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Four people have been detained in this. 

On Sunday, NIA conducted raids at 40 different places and detained four persons. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 38 locations in Telangana (23 in Nizamabad, four in Hyderabad, seven in Jagatyal, two in Nirmal, one each in Dilabad and Karimnagar districts) and two in Andhra Pradesh (one each in Kurnool and Nellore districts).&nbsp ;

NIA conducts searches at multiple locations in Telangana & Andhra Pradesh in a case registered against PFI cadres in Nizamabad by Telangana Police on 4th July, which was later taken over by the NIA

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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday informed about the raids in two states. NIA said that some digital materials have been seized in these raids. Apart from that, important documents, two daggers and cash of Rs 8,31,500 have been seized. Similarly, some objectionable material has also been seized in the raid. NIA also informed that four people have been detained for questioning during the raid. The NIA also said that all the four arrested accused were organizing camps to commit terrorist acts and to increase disputes among people on the basis of religion.  

PFI case: NIA raids 40 places in Telangana, Andhra; detains 4 people

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During investigation, four persons were detained with the help of Telangana’s Nizamabad Police Station. These four accused included Abdul Kader, Sheikh Sahdullah, Mohammad Imran and Mohammad Abdul Mobin. Then on August 26, the NI filed a case against him. Meanwhile, a special team of NIA raided the house of Shaheed Choush alias Shahid in APHB Colony in Nizamabad. Shahid was served a notice under 41 (A) IPC. It is alleged that karate training for PFI activities was conducted at this place in the name of legal awareness. It was also alleged that they wanted to incite communal violence.

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