Following the then-MoS for Home Kiren Rijiju's statement in February 2018 that the Government of India was considering banning the Islamist organisation Popular Front of India, and as Sirf News had rightly predicted on 18 September where it said the administration was trying to gather incontrovertible evidence against the outfit, Home Minister Amiot Shah and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met top officials today to take the process forward, sources said. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) have probed multiple cases in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, and other states with direct or indirect links with PFI.
The PFI is banned in several states already but not by the union government so far. Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta had told the Supreme Court on 28 April 2021 that the union government "as per my informa...
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