PFI had hatched a conspiracy to attack Prime Minister Modi in July, Patna rally was on target, ED's big disclosure
Last Thursday, September 13, the NIA conducted raids in 13 states for terror funding. This raid has been done in the offices and homes of people associated with the Popular Front of India (PFI), after which the Enforcement Directorate revealed the conspiracy to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
After the raid on the Popular Front of India (PFI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) made a big disclosure. The PFI had planned an attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Bihar's Patna, for which a training camp was also organized. Simultaneously, the Popular Front of India was preparing to prepare Terror Modules and attack sensitive places. In fact, on Thursday, September 13, the NIA conducted raids in 13 states including Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka for terror funding, along with a team of the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
During the same raid, the ED arrested PFI member Shafiq Payeth from Kerala, who has made a sensational claim before the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Shafiq Payeth has told the NIA that there was a conspiracy to attack during Prime Minister Modi's visit to Patna on July 12 this year, for which a training camp was also set up.
In the year 2013, the terrorists associated with the Indian Mujahideen made a similar attempt.
In October 2013, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a rally in Patna, just before which terrorists affiliated with the terrorist organization Indian Mujahideen had exploded. After this blast, the Chief Minister of Bihar also said that the terrorist attack cannot be ruled out.
On Thursday, September 13, the NIA raided 13 states and arrested more than 100 members of the PFI, who are now being questioned by the investigating agencies. Along with this, last year also, NIA raided the premises of PFI, in which Rs 120 crore was revealed to be transferred from abroad to PFI, which is also being investigated.