Central Government Banned PFI for 5 years

Central Government bans the Popular Front of India (PFI) for the next 5 years. The notification states PFI and its  associates or affiliates as an "unlawful association"

An Indian Muslim political organization, the Popular Front of India (PFI), was formed to counter Hindutva groups by engaging in radical and exclusive Muslim politics. A merger of the Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD) and the National Development Front (NDF) led to the formation of this organization in 2006. Following the Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act), the Government of India has declared PFI an "unlawful association."

Among the PFI's associates are the Rehabilitation India Foundation, Campus Front of India, AIIC, National Confederation of Human Rights Organization, National Women's Front, Junior Front, Empower India Foundation, and Rehabilitation Foundation, Kerala declared unlawful organizations.

Finally #PFIBan in India. pic.twitter.com/WwVAuzCabu

 Former DGP of J&K (2016-2018); Former Secretary CIPSA Shesh Paul states Quoted


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