Harleen Kaur Grewal

Mumbai, March 15, 2021: The National Investigation Agency on Monday raided 10 places across the country as part of a massive crackdown against the terrorist organization Islamic State (IS) module. During this period, raids were also conducted in the house of Hanifa, the president of the Tenipalam area of the Popular Front of India (PFI) in Kerala. But the local people started opposing the raids.

The raids were carried out from the Jaffarabad area of   Delhi to Kochi and Bangalore in Kerala.

According to reports, four women were detained by the NIA on a case related to militant activities. The raids were conducted on Monday after questioning women in the same case.

The Popular Front of India or PFI is an organization that declares itself to be the voice of the backward and minorities. The organization was founded in 2006 as the successor to the National Development Front. The organization is quite strong in Kerala.