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Telangana : NIA files chargesheet against 11 persons in Nizamabad PFI case


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Hyderabad: National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday filed a chargesheet against 11 persons before a NIA Special Court here pertaining to organizing of Terror Training Camps and recruitment of persons for terrorist acts by the Popular Front of India (PFI).

The case was initially registered on July 4, 2022 at PS VI Town, Nizamabad District in Telangana and was later re-registered by NIA on August 26, 2022, the Agency said in a release on Friday.

Investigations have revealed that the accused persons were radicalizing gullible muslim youth and recruiting them into the PFI through speeches filled with hatred and venom against the Government of India as well as other organizations and Individuals.

It said once recruited into the PFI, the Muslim youth were sent to the Training Camps organized by the PFI under the cover and guise of Yoga Classes and Physical Education (PE) Beginners Course (BC) whey were trained in the use of everyday articles (knife, sickle and iron rods) to kill a person by attacking vulnerable body parts, such as throat, stomatch and head and for commission of terror acts.


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