Multiple agencies such as the NIA and the Intelligence Bureau have prepared detailed dossiers on the outfits which focus around the funding pattern and the activities of the PFI.
New Delhi, Sep 23: In one of the biggest operations in recent times, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) jointly conducted raids on the PFI-SDPI leadership in the wee hours of Thursday morning. The operation was overseen by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.
At around 3.30 a.m., the order to go ahead with the raids was issued by NIA director general Dinkar Gupta and ED director Sanjay Mishra. The raids at fifteen states were carried out with the assistance of the local police.
Multiple agencies such as the Intelligence Bureau and the NIA have prepared detailed dossiers on the outfits. The dossiers focus around the funding pattern and activities of the organisation.
PFI as an organisation came into existence in 2006. However, it dates back to 1993 when an organisation called the National Development Front was formed to protect the interests of Muslims in Kerala following the demolition of the Babri Masjid.
New Delhi, Sep 22: In a joint operation the National Investigation Agency and the Enforcement Directorate raided multiple locations in a bid to crack down on the Popular Front of India.
Raids took place at Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka among other places. Over 100 PFI members have been detained by the ED, NIA and respective state police in various cases.
The raids are important as Pakistan’s ISI is hell-bent on exploiting the nexus between the terrorists and gangsters
New Delhi, Sep 13: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 50 different locations in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Chandigarh and Delhi to expose the gangster-terrorist network. The agency registered two FIRs in Punjab and Haryana following the recovery of illicit arms and incriminating documents.
The RPG attack at the Mohali police station and the Patiala jail break led to a probe by the NIA which has been working on this case for the past 8 months. It was found that terrorists were using gangsters to further their activities. Due to the terror angle to these gangster related case, the NIA had to step in and probe the matter.
New Delhi, Sep 12: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) carried out raids at 60 different locations across the country to crack down on gangs and criminal syndicates.
Raids were carried out in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. The raids took place after the NIA registered a case against 10 gangsters who belonged to the Lawrence Bishnoi and Neeraj Bawana gangs. The gangsters will be booked under the stringent provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
New Delhi, Mar 05: The Enforcement Directorate has slapped a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) against Jet Airways founder, Naresh Goyal. This is the first time that Goyal has been booked for money laundering.
The case comes in the wake of the Mumbai police filing an FIR abasing Goyal based on a complaint by a travel agency. ED sources tell OneIndia that the probe has revealed money laundering. However in the absence of a predicate offence it was not in a position to register a case under the PMLA.
New Delhi, Feb 04: The National Investigation Agency conducted raids at multiple locations in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with the Davinder Singh case. The raids were conducted at several locations at Shopian district.
The NIA during the raids seized incriminating material, which include documents. These documents will help us further our probe, NIA sources told OneIndia.
Bengaluru, Oct 26: Human rights watchdog, Amnesty International was raided by the Enforcement under the Foreign Exchange Management Act. Two locations of Amnesty International were raided at Bengaluru, Karnataka and ED sources said that they suspected violations under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act and Foreign Direct Investment guidelines.
Raids are being conducted at 21 different locations in connection with benami land deals worth Rs 1,000 crore allegedly involving Lalu Prasad’s associates.
The raids are being conducted by the Income Tax Department after documents relating to benami land deals concerning Lalu’s associates came to light Raids are being conducted in various places including Delhi and Gurugram.
Companies and people associated with Lalu Prasad Yadav have come under the scanner of the Income Tax Department.