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On the evening of October 5, police arrested 4 individuals belonging to the extremist group Widespread Entrance of India (PFI) and its affiliate Campus Entrance of India (CFI) from Mont Toll Plaza.
- The six-member ED group reached Mathura on Monday
- After getting permission from CJM, the accused might be questioned
The ED (Enforcement Directorate) is tightening its grip on 4 members of the Widespread Entrance of India (PFI) arrested in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The six-member ED group reached Mathura on Monday. Right here a petition has been filed within the court docket of the Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace granting permission to interrogate the accused. All 4 accused are presently in jail. After getting CJM’s permission, the ED will interrogate the accused. ED will discover out who financed.
ED is wanting into the main points of the previous account too
The ED group is wanting into the main points of the previous account concerning the 4 arrested PFI members. The details about the accounts of the 4 is being exchanged in flip. Not solely this, his household can be accumulating particulars for the accounts. On this case, an ED group has been tenting in Bahraich district for 2 days.
The 4 accused have been caught on October 5
In reality, within the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, on the evening of October 5, police arrested 4 individuals belonging to the extremist group Widespread Entrance of India (PFI) and its affiliate Campus Entrance of India (CFI) from Mont Toll Plaza. They embrace journalist Siddique Kappan from Mallapuram in Kerala, Atiq ur Rehman from Muzaffarnagar, Masood Ahmed from Bahraich and Alam from Rampur. He was discovered to have inflammatory literature associated to the Hathras gang rape case. The 4 accused got here from Delhi and have been going to Hathras. PFI means Widespread Entrance of India is an extremist Islamic group. Its head workplace is in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi. The group was additionally concerned in riots in Delhi in protest in opposition to the Citizenship Modification Act (CAA).