Sunday, July, 14,2024

Latest News

Rajasthan PFI case: NIA chargesheets 3 for organising arms training camps

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a fresh chargesheet against three more accused in the Rajasthan Popular Front of India (PFI) conspiracy case for organising arms training camps and providing training to some co-accused in the handling and use of weapons to "gullible Muslims" to commit violent acts.
Vajid Ali, Mubarik Ali and Shamsher Khan are charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, respectively, in the case relating to the banned outfit's conspiracy to radicalise Muslim youth and to provide them with weapons training for fighting against people who don't support the PFI's version of Islam as well as against the government of India, the agency said on Tuesday.
This is another move by the NIA to tighten its noose around the unlawful and anti-national activities of the banned PFI outfit.
The NIA said that Vajid, Mubarik and Shamsher had "conspired with other co-accused persons to provide training in the handling and use of weapons to gullible Muslims to commit violent acts."
"Vajid, Mubarik and Shamsher have been found to be involved in organising arms training camps for the PFI to help achieve the aim of establishing Islamic rule in India by 2047," said the agency.
All three accused, the NIA said, have exploited the "false narrative created by their co-accused and provided training of weapons to gullible youth in order to induce and promote acts of 'selective violence' against persons of other communities."
Earlier, the NIA filed a charge sheet against the accused persons, namely Mohd Asif, Sadiq Sarraf and Mohd Sohail, in the case, which was initially registered by the NIA in 2022.

  Share on

Related News