PFI financed by United Arab Emirates

Ammunition and firearms were to be bought with this money

New Delhi – The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has informed that crores of rupees have been supplied from abroad to the banned Jihadi organisation Popular Front of India (PFI). The money was transferred from the United Arab Emirates. This money was distributed among the activists in various States. NIA has arrested 5 operatives from Karnataka and Kerala in this matter. These 5 have been arrested in connection with the bomb blasts in Phulwari Sharif in Bihar. It includes Mohammad Sinan, Sarfaraz Nawaz, Iqbal, Abdul Rafeek from Karnataka, and Abid from Kerala. Some documents have been seized from them. Upon inspection of their bank accounts, it has come to light that money has been exchanged.

The NIA has said, money from the United Arab Emirates was to be used to purchase ammunition and firearms. This money was sent to the accounts of accused Sarfaraz and Mohammad Sinan through Hawala. Iqbal and his accomplices had collected the money from Dubai.

Editorial viewpoint

It is now evident that jihadi terrorists are financed by Islamic countries. This is an attempt to make India an Islamic nation. To prevent this, it is inevitable that Hindus should unite and establish Hindu Rashtra !