Centre’s case to ban PFI gets boost after UP, Assam inputs

IndiaTimes Friday, 3 January 2020
The request from UP government seeking a ban on radical Islamic outfit Popular Front of India (PFI), coupled with inputs from Assam police pointing to PFI cadres’ role in fanning the December 11 violence at Guwahati during anti-CAA protests and a 2017 dossier by NIA detailing PFI activists’ alleged role in four terror cases, have bolstered the Centre’s case for moving afresh to proscribe the outfit.

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