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Ban on PFI, SDPI imminent: Minister


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Bengaluru: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Friday said the process of banning radical Islamic outfits PFI and SDPI has begun in the Central government.

These two outfits have been found to have the backing of several terrorist organisations which have plans to create chaos, he said.

“People should cooperate to dismantle SDPI and PFI. They should not look at these organisations through the eyes of caste, religion, loss or profit.”

These organisations have grown big due to the support of the Congress party, Janendra alleged.

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