ED freezes 33 bank accounts of PFI and Rehab India Foundation

New Delhi – In the ongoing Prevention of Money Laundering Act investigation, the Enforcement Directorate froze 33 bank accounts of the hardcore Islamic organisation ‘Popular Front of India’ and its supporting organisation ‘Rehab India Foundation’, stated a report published by PTI.

PFI was established in 2006 in Kerala. Its headquarters is in Delhi. The ED said that it has been found out through the investigation that these two organisations were funded by some suspicious sources. There is an amount of more than 60 crores in the account of PFI and 58 crores in the account of Rehab India Foundation. The organisations are being investigated for provoking the people against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Editorial viewpoint

Such organisations should now be immediately banned by the Government !

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