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‘PFI pushed youth to join LeT, ISIS’

New Delhi: Popular Front of India (PFI), its office bearers, members and affiliates in Kerala encouraged vulnerable youths to join terrorist organisations including LeT, ISIS or Daesh and Al-Qaida and also conspired to establish Islamic rule in India by committing a terrorist act, reveals NIA remand copy submitted before a special court in Kerala.

The Central agency also accused PFI members operating from Kerala to conspire to indulge in "unlawful activities by creating enmity between members of different religions and groups, prejudicial to maintenance of harmony, with the intention to disrupt public tranquillity and cause disaffection against India". The revelations came in an application for judicial remand of accused Karamana Moulavi, national in charge of PFI's Education Wing, and others. The case is being investigated by the NIA's Kochi branch.

"The brief facts of the case is that PFI, its office bearers, members and affiliates in Kerala have conspired to indulge in Unlawful Activities, by creating enmity between members of different religions and groups, prejudicial to maintenance of harmony, with an intention to disrupt public tranquillity and cause disaffection against India, propagating alternative justice delivery system justifying the use of criminal force causing alarm and fear amongst the general public, encourages vulnerable youths to join terrorist organisation including Lashkar-e-Taiba, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)/Daesh and AlQaida and also conspired to establish Islamic rule in India by committing a terrorist act as a part of violent jihad," reads the remand copy. (ANI)

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