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PFI was conspiring to make India an Islamic country, Bombay High Court’s big statement

The Bombay High Court has refused to grant bail to three alleged members of the banned Popular Front of India (PFI). Said they had 'conspired to turn India into an Islamic country by 2047' and attempted to terrorize the government by using criminal force.

By: Ruchi Upadhyay  Pardaphash Group
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PFI was conspiring to make India an Islamic country, Bombay High Court’s big statement

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has refused to grant bail to three alleged members of the banned Popular Front of India (PFI). Said that they had ‘conspired to turn India into an Islamic country by 2047’ and had tried to terrorize the government by using criminal force. A division bench of Justice Ajay Gadkari and Justice Shyam Chandak on Tuesday rejected the bail pleas of Razi Ahmed Khan, Unais Omar Khayyam Patel and Qayyum Abdul Shaikh.

The court said that there is prima facie evidence against him. He is accused of being a member of PFI and is involved in a conspiracy against the Government of India. The Center had banned PFI in 2022. The court said in its order that the accused conspired to intimidate the government by using criminal force.

The bench said that ‘it is clearly stated in the first information report that he had conspired to make India an Islamic country by 2047.’ The bench said that the accused person was accused of spreading hatred against the country and spreading anti-national propaganda through various mediums. Involved in taking the agenda forward. The court rejected his bail plea saying that there was prima facie evidence against him.

According to the prosecution, the aim of the accused was to create hatred towards other religions and the Government of India and create division among Indians. It is alleged that the accused held various meetings to create hatred in the minds of the people of the Muslim community and instigate them to wage war against the Government of India.

Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has registered a case against suspected PFI members under sections of the Indian Penal Code for criminal conspiracy, promoting enmity between religious groups and provisions of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. did.

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