PFI Ban: We hunted the vultures you reared under ‘Ugra Bhagya’ scheme: BJP whips Sidhu

Bangalore: The state BJP has come out against Congress leader and former CM Siddaramaiah even as the central government bans the Popular Front of India (PFI). On the verified Twitter account of the Karnataka BJP, the BJP, which whipped Siddaramaiah, said, Dear Siddaramaiah, we have done as we said.

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The state BJP has hit back at Siddaramaiah’s tweet on August 16 that we have hunted the wild eagles that you kept under Ugra Bhagya Yojana.

Siddaramaiah had tweeted on August 16 that if there is proper evidence that any of these organizations, PFI, SDPI, are destroying the harmony of the society and causing riots, let the state BJP government ban such organizations. However, he asked why you were silent.

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The BJP has now hit back by tagging former CM Siddaramaiah’s tweet.

Not only that, the BJP has accused Siddaramaiah and the Karnataka Congress Party of supporting all the anti-national activities of its associates including the PFI, KPCC President D. K. BJP also questioned why Shivakumar and Siddaramaiah have not opened their mouths yet. Kamala party is afraid of losing vote bank.

The Prime Minister Modi-led central government has banned PFI and its associated organizations for the next 5 years, which were a threat to the country’s internal security. The state BJP, which welcomed the decision of the Modi government, said that the BJP’s war against the extremist forces will continue.

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Not only the Popular Front of India (PFI) but also its affiliates have been banned by the central government. A gazette notification has also been issued in this regard. Rehab India Foundation, Campus Front of India, All India Imams Council, National Confederation of Human Rights Organization, National Women’s Front, Junior Front, Empower India Foundation and Rehab Foundation Kerala have now come under the ban along with PFI.