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PFI denies allegation of terror links

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Making stance clear:Popular Front of India vice-chairman Muhammedali Jinnah inaugurating a rally organised by the front in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. –Photo: S. Mahinsha
Making stance clear:Popular Front of India vice-chairman Muhammedali Jinnah inaugurating a rally organised by the front in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. –Photo: S. Mahinsha

Popular Front of India (PFI) vice-chairman Muhammedali Jinnah has accused the intelligence agencies and a section of the media of having unleashed a campaign against the organisation accusing it of terror links.

Addressing a PFI rally here on Thursday, Mr. Jinnah said that not a single worker of the organisation had been found involved in terror activities in the country. The objective of the PFI was to rally the backward sections among Muslims and other communities and lead them into the national mainstream. Repeated attempts had been made by the intelligence agencies to depict PFI as a reincarnation of the banned Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), but the truth was that the PFI believed in the democratic process, he said.


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