New Delhi, Dec 12: An operative of the Students Islamic Movement of India was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate at the Thiruvananthapuram International Airport on Saturday in connection with a money laundering case.
Rouf Sharif, a native of Anchal in Kollam district was deported from Muscat after the ED and Lucknow police issued look out circulars against him. He is alleged to be involved in funding for the nationwide strike against CAA and NRC.
New Delhi, Dec 12: Union Home Minister, Amit Shah met with senior government, security and police officials to discuss ways to pre-empt any chances of violence in Delhi, where the farmer agitation is on.
There have been warnings from the Intelligence about the possibility of some radical elements taking advantage of the volatile situation and fuelling violence, just the way it was done during the anti-CAA protests.
New Delhi, Dec 04: The Enforcement Directorate carried out searches at 26 premises linked to the Popular Front of India (PFI), including those belonging to its chairman, O M Abdul Salam and Kerala chief Nasarudheen Elamarom in connection with a money laundering probe.
The ED is probing the PFI’s financial link on charges of fuelling the anti-citizenship Amendment Act protests in the country. It is also probing the financial links between the PFI and Bhim Army chief, Chandrasekhar Azad.
New Delhi, Sep 17: The chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police in connection with the northeast Delhi riots suggest that there was a well oiled mechanism that orchestrated the violence.
The police said that there were three levels of conspirators-top-level, middle-level and foot soldiers, who were the rioters. Submitting its chargesheet in the case, the police said that the evidence includes WhatsApp chats of February 24.
That was the time that the violence took place and at that time the key conspirators were guiding the foot-soldiers about the violence in the area, the police further added.
The pamphlet recovered from Sharjeel Imam’s laptop calls on Muslims to disrupt Delhi. These pamphlets were distributed in mosques on December 15.
New Delhi: Posters expressing solidarity with JNU student, Sharjeel Imam were seen during the protests held at Delhi against the citizenship law. Imam is facing charges of sedition.
Some of the protesters, who were holding up the posters, said, ‘Stop vilification and express solidarity with Sharjeel Imam.’ It may be recalled that Imam was arrested after a video of his went viral where he calls for splitting north-east from India.
Former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan, in this interview with MyNation, said that he has no doubt that protests at Shaheen Bagh has a deep rooted conspiracy associated with them
Bengaluru: The claim by the Delhi Police that the man arrested for firing in the air at the Shaheen Bagh protest site had joined the Aam Admi Party last year has given the entire episode a new twist.
It has been said on several occasions that the protests are completely stage managed by the Opposition and the radicals. Prime Minister Narendra Modi too had made it amply clear that Shaheen Bagh was a laboratory for the political groups.
Former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan said that he has no doubt that this is a deep rooted conspiracy. In this interview with MyNation, Bhushan said that one must dig deeper and find out who exactly is organising these meaningless protests at Shaheen Bagh.
While the opposition has been using Shaheen Bagh to experiment with misinformation and conspiracy, they have also been paving a path for the return of terror groups, which agencies had succeeded in putting down
Shaheen Bagh is not a coincidence, but an experiment and a conspiracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a rally at New Delhi that the ongoing protests at Shaheen Bagh is a political experiment and not a coincidence.
He further said that both the Aam Admi Party and the Congress are fuelling the demonstrators. This is a conspiracy and there is a political design to it, which will ruin the harmony of the nation, Modi also said.