The banned terrorist wing Popular Front is reportedly attempting to re-emerge in a new form by operating under the guise of charitable activities, according to intelligence reports. The group has been holding secret meetings around Kunjunnikara, the headquarters of PFI, Aluva Periyarwali, in an effort to revive the banned organization. The move is said to be aimed at forming a new organization under a different name and appointing leaders who are not currently under surveillance by central investigation agencies.
The secret meetings have reportedly discussed the formation of people’s committees to carry out human rights and charity work, as well as the formation of youth and student organizations. The group is also said to be aiming to raise funds through the formation of voluntary organizations.
Many state leaders of the PFI have been arrested, and the organization’s offices were sealed after the ban. The new organization is reportedly being formed with the intention of continuing the group’s operations in a different form.
It is noteworthy that the PFI had previously aimed to implement Islamic rule in India by 2047, and had planned to infiltrate the army and judiciary. The group also had a parallel court functioning under the name of Darul Huda and planned to promulgate a new constitution based on Islamic principles.
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