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PFI official Twitter account banned in India, Twitter India’s action on the complaint of the government

After banning Popular Front of India, its Twitter account has now been banned. Twitter India has taken this action on the complaint of the government. Earlier yesterday, the central government banned PFI for five years.

By Priyanka Verma 
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PFI Banned: After banning Popular Front of India, its Twitter account has now been banned. Twitter India has taken this action on the complaint of the government. Earlier yesterday, the central government banned PFI for five years.

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Yesterday ,The Central Government banned the Popular Front of India (PFI) . Many states had demanded to ban PFI. Recently, the NIA and the police and agencies of all the states raided the premises of the PFI and made hundreds of arrests. Union Home Ministry declared PFI as a banned organization for 5 years. Apart from PFI, action has also been taken against 8 affiliated organizations.

Apart from PFI, Rehab India Foundation (RIF), Campus Front of India (CFI), All India Imam Council (AIIC), National Confederation of Human Rights Organization (NCHRO), National Women Front, Junior Front, Empower India Foundation and Rehab Foundation, Allied organizations like Kerala have also been banned.

After issuing the notification of the central government, many states including Tamil Nadu and Kerala have issued orders to ban PFI. On September 22 and September 27, NIA, ED and state police conducted raids on PFI. In the first round of raids, 106 people associated with PFI were arrested.

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In the second round of raids, 247 people belonging to PFI were arrested / detained. Investigating agencies got enough evidence against PFI. After this, the investigating agencies had demanded action from the Ministry of Home Affairs. On the recommendation of the investigating agencies, the Ministry of Home Affairs decided to ban PFI.

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