Conspiracy to carry out attacks on PM Modi, claims ED and NIA during PFI investigation
There has been uproar over reports that PFI leaders were plotting to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Popular Front of India (PFI), an organisation associated with Islam, allegedly planned to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a rally in Patna, according to the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The PFI was allegedly planning terror modules and other attacks, according to the ED. Additionally, the PFI was involved in the purchase of terrorist components, deadly weapons, and explosives for use in attacks on important targets and individuals in UP.
The stunning claim that the PFI had set up a training camp to assault PM Modi during his visit to Patna on July 12 this year was made by the ED, according to the report, in its remand letter against PFI member Shafiq Payeth, who was detained in Kerala on Thursday.
According to NIA authorities, certain persons have received particular training for this purpose. On July 12 of this year, the NIA discovered that Rs 120 crore had been moved to the bank accounts of the PFI while a sizable sum of money had been raised to wreak mayhem in Patna, Bihar.
Investigations showed that the business received funding from both domestic and foreign sources. With the national investigation agency (NIA) conducting searches around the nation on the People's Front of India movement on the grounds that it is engaging in terrorist activities, sensational findings are coming to light.