Ramalingam murder: PFI wanted to terrorise people against interfering in Islamic propaganda

The case pertains to the brutal attack and murder of Ramalingam by activists of the PFI/SDPI on February 5 2019.

The NIA has charged 18 persons in connection with this case. They are: Mohamed Asarudeen, Mohamed Riyas. Nijam Ali, Sarbudeen, Mohamed Rizwan, Mohamed Thoufik, Mohamed Farvees, Thowheeth Batcha, Mohammed Ibrahim, Mohamed Hasan Kuthous, Rahman Sadiq, Mohammad Ali Jinna, Abdul Majith, Bhurkhanudeen, Shahul Hameed, Nafeel Hasan, Mohamed Faruk and Myden Ahamed Shali.

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Ramalingam murder not an isolated crime, but a well oiled conspiracy to target Hindu leaders

ramalingamNew Delhi, June 28: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) made a very crucial arrest in connection with the Ramalingam murder case. The arrested was identified as one Shali alias Muden Ahmed Shali, a 51 year old resident of Thenkasi, Tamil Nadu.

Earlier the NIA had arrested Mohammad Faruk, near Trichy. The case pertains to the brutal attack and murder of Ramalingam by activists of the PFI/SDPI on February 5 2019.

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Ramalingam murder: Man who headed dawah team arrested in Tamil Nadu

New Delhi, June 27: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has made a crucial arrest in connection with the Ramalingam murder case. The NIA arrested one Shali alias Muden Ahmed Shali, a 51 year old resident of Thenkasi, Tamil Nadu.

The case pertains to the brutal attack and murder of Ramalingam by activists of the PFI/SDPI on February 5 2019.

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In ISIS raids at Tamil Nadu, usual suspects PFI, SDPI crop up

New Delhi, June 13: The National Investigation which conducted raids in Tamil Nadu in connection with an Islamic State case found material that belong to the Popular Front of India and Social Democratic Party of India.

The PFI has cropped up in several such investigations relating to terrorism cases. The name of the outfit cropped up for the first time in 2013 in the Narath Arms Case of Kannur. This case related to a training camp and the NIA said that it was also linked to the Indian Mujahideen.

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Karnataka election: Will MIM, MEP, SDPI split Muslim votes in poll bound state?

muslimvoteThe Muslim votes will play a crucial role in the Karnataka assembly elections. The Congress is banking on this vote bank to boost its chances of winning the elections and retaining the chair. Several surveys suggest that the Congress would end up with a large chunk of the Muslim votes in the upcoming elections. The Muslims realising the importance of their votes have now demanded that the Congress field one Muslim candidate from every district.

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“RSS activist’s killers had Indian Mujahideen, PFI links”

rrudreshBengaluru, Dec 2: The recent murder of RSS worker Rudresh in Bengaluru is being investigated and according to the government the accused persons have links with the Indian Mujahideen, SDPI, PFI and al-Ummah.

The Home Minister of Karnataka, Dr G Parameshwar told the assembly that in the past three years, nine persons associated with either the BJP or RSS have been murdered. The minister assured that the BJP and RSS workers would be given security, if they wanted it.

PFI, SDPI Kerala camps: Will this accused spill the beans?

kerala1Thiruvananthapuram, March 18: The National Investigation Agency has commenced a full fledged probe into the activities of one K V Abdul Jalil who is alleged to have entered into a criminal conspiracy to train cadres of Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).
This case relates to one registered in Kerala popularly known as the Narath Training Camp case. Jalil who is aged 40 is a resident of Kizhakekkedathu Vadakkepurayil, Thadathil House, Pandyamthadam, Narath, Kannur, Kerala. He was arrested by the NIA on March 17. He was shown as an absconding accused in the case.

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