While Twitter is unverifying and removing followers of right-wing profiles, it has now given a blue-tick to the Popular Front of India’s Karnataka Unit profile. PFI is an Islamist outfit notorious for anti-national activities, including sponsoring terrorism, black money transactions, Love Jihad, and many more.
PFI Karnataka’s Twitter verification comes when the organization is under the radar of security agencies for running terror camps in Padam forest reserve in Kerala.
Twitter is facing an uncertain future in India because of its reluctance to follow the new IT regulations.
Ever since its inception, the Popular Front of India has been in the headlines for all inadequate reasons ranging from indulging in anti-national activities to doing Love Jihad. There is a tremendous uproar in public, calling for a total ban on this controversial outfit. Today, two incidents happened at two different places, both of which are important for national security. In both cases, PFI is the culprit.
PFI’s bomb training centre unearthed
During a search operation conducted by the Kerala Forest Department today in cashew plantations under the Forest Development Corporation in Padam, Pathanapuram, and Kollam, explosive material such as Gelatin sticks-2, Detonators-4, battery, wires, gums, and other items were discovered. The investigating agencies have taken a serious note of this recovery as intelligence reports mentioned the Islamist outfit Popular Front of India’s operating secret training camp in the area.
Later, the Bomb Squad arrived at the place, and further search operations took place. The investigating agencies had received information from an Islamic terrorist caught in Uttar Pradesh of over 200 Muslim fundamentalists receiving arms training from this area. Since the specific area has dense forests, it is a haven for terrorists.
PFI had also been involved in terror-related activities, conversion rackets, and black money dealings in the past. As per the latest reports, PFI terrorists were plotting to murder the RSS-BJP leaders of Southern Kerala.
IT Dept cancels PFI’s registration
PFI declared in its Memorandum of Association to the IT department that it was founded for “promoting national unification, communal amity, and social peace.” PFI also claims that they aim to ‘identify and check the menaces of casteism, communalism, and fascism.
Income Tax Department today quashed the registration of Popular Front of India (PFI) under section 12AA(3) of the Income Tax Act 1961. Section 12AA(3) of the Act prescribes that the ‘registration can be canceled when the Commissioner is satisfied that the activities of the Trust or Institution are not genuine or are not being carried out under the objects of the Trust or Institution’.