Kerala Police launch crackdown on Popular Front, raid offices, ‘religious centres’

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By M M News

Kerala : Following the murder of SFI activist Abhimanyu in Kochi on Monday, Kerala Police on Saturday conducted simultaneous raids at the offices of Islamic outfit, Popular Front of India (PFI).

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Police have launched a crackdown on the ‘spiritual’ strongholds of PFI in Malappuram, including Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Tirur and Kadampuzha.

Raids were conducted at Green Valley in Manjeri, headquarters of the erstwhile National Democratic Front, which later morphed into PFI.

Although five accused have been arrested in the case, the main culprits are still at large. Police say they may have left the state soon after the murder, hinting at prior planning into the murder.

Cochin City Police Commissioner MP Dinesh told News18, “We have some leads on their whereabouts but we cannot reveal them to the media. We will ensure their arrest.”

Several dozen of SDPI leaders have been put under electronic surveillance.

PFI and SDPI have aggressively protested the arrest of its activists’ suspected of involvement in Abhimanyu’s murder.

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  1. A poor 10 to 14 year kid in Madrassa has the whole holy Quraan memorized by heart—total of 800 pages book, and is brought up in totally clean and simple humble spiritual environment.
    Every kid there is a living miracle of Almighty God.
    Why are you jealous of these humble children?
    The left communists are poles apart from a spiritual madrassa student !

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