NIA conducts raids in various parts of Andhra and Telangana if there is any connection with PFI
The National Investigation Agency, NIA on Sunday carried out searches at 40 places in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in connection with a case against the Popular Front of India (PFI) for allegedly running training camps to commit terror acts and promote enmity between groups on the basis of religion.
A statement issued by the investigation agency said, searches were carried out at 38 locations in Telangana and two in Andhra Pradesh, and incriminating materials, including digital devices, documents, two daggers, and over eight lakh rupees were seized. It said, four people have been detained have been detained for questioning.
The case was initially registered on the 4th of July at the Nizamabad police station in Telangana and during investigations by the State police, four accused, Abdul Kader, Sheikh Sahadulla, Mohd Imran, and Mohd Abdul Mobin were arrested. Later, the case was re-registered by the NIA on the 26th of last month to carry forward the probe.