Popular Front of India
NIA arrests PFI terrorist Mohammad Ghaus Niazi, accused of killing RSS leader Rudresh, from South Africa
Mohammad Ghaus Niazi was a big face of PFI. He was allegedly involved in the murder of 35-year-old RSS leader Rudresh in Bengaluru in 2016.
Kerala hand-chopping case: PFI member, the prime accused of chopping professor TJ Joseph’s hand over blasphemy accusations, arrested after 13 years
NIA arrested the prime accused of 2010 hand-chopping case of a professor over blasphemy accusations after 13 years.
The letter, which was said to have been written by PFI gave Jatav time up to 31st December to close his store in the market and embrace a fair price in exchange. It stated clearly that the three stores that Jatav owns in the market belong to the minority community and threatened him to shut them up.
Kerala police takes army personnel into custody after he staged attack on himself, wrote ‘PFI’ on his back
Shine Kumar had previously claimed that he was assaulted and tortured by PFI extremists in Chanapara near Kollam on September 24.
The PFI goons kicked Shine, tied his hands with cello tape, beat him up incessantly, and also marked his back with the terrorist group's name PFI.
A great critique of propaganda warfare: Binay Kumar Singh’s book, ‘The Elastic War’ exposes undisclosed facts about outlawed PFI
Binay Singh has come up with a new book named 'The Elastic War: Story of Popular Front of India', detailing previously undisclosed facts about outlawed PFI.
Supreme Court grants bail to PFI leader Abdul Razak Peediyakkal, accused of collecting over Rs 20 crores for the banned organization
PFI leader Abdul Razak Peediyakkal granted bail by the Supreme Court of India.
Bihar: NIA and ATS teams conduct raids at suspected PFI bases in Patna and Darbhanga, one suspect arrested
NIA and ATS conducting raids in Bihar’s Patna and Darbhanga districts in connection to links with PFI
Navi Mumbai: Posters with ‘PFI Zindabad’ slogans found pasted on houses, Police launch investigation
Posters with ‘786’ and ‘PFI Zindabad’ inscribed in green ink on them were found glued outside some houses in Navi Mumbai, earlier this week.
NIA on Wednesday conducted raids at about 25 locations in Karnataka, Kerala and Bihar in the PFI Phulwarisharif case.