ED's supplementary charge sheet against PFI
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a supplementary charge sheet in the Patiala House Court of Delhi to arrest some people associated with the banned organization Popular Front of India (PFI) in a case related to alleged terrorist activities and money laundering. ED has made many big revelations regarding PFI in the supplementary charge sheet.
PFI calls its workers reporters
ED said in its charge sheet that investigation has revealed that PFI had given the title of 'reporter' to its workers who attacked BJP and RSS people. ED says that the money earned from crime was being used to provide war training. ED has alleged that PFI had assigned its people the task of identifying enemies and causing physical harm to them and those carrying out this task were called 'reporters'. PFI described BJP and RSS as their enemies and conspired to attack against them.
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Supplementary charge sheet against 12 PFI members
ED has filed supplementary chargesheet against 12 PFI members in the alleged Rs 120 crore PMLA case. ED has said that out of Rs 120 crore, Rs 60 crore came directly into the PFI account. ED alleges that the money obtained from crime is being used by PFI for illegal activities. It has been claimed in the charge sheet that the accused of violent crimes used to give money to PFI workers in the guise of housing and marriage plans. It has also been claimed in the charge sheet that PFI, under the guise of physical training, was giving combat training to its members in which they were being trained to kill people.
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What did PFI say on ED's allegations
On ED's allegations, PFI National General Secretary Anees Ahmed has said that PFI operates only in India. However, the digital data seized by the ED revealed that PFI had thousands of active members in the Gulf countries, and all of them were collecting funds in a systematic and structured manner. ED has claimed that it has recovered the data of foreign members of PFI, whose number is up to 14,428. PFI has members in Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and other areas in Asia. Let us tell you that PFI has recently filed a supplementary charge sheet in the Patiala House Court of Delhi, on which the Patiala House Court has also taken cognizance.