Four PFI Members Chargesheeted by NIA in Bihar

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Last Updated: January 07, 2023, 21:46 IST

During investigations, the NIA said Parvej, Khan, Zangi and Malick were arrested for their involvement in the instant case.

 (Image: IANS/File)

During investigations, the NIA mentioned Parvej, Khan, Zangi and Malick had been arrested for his or her involvement in the moment case.

(Image: IANS/File)

They had been charged beneath varied sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday filed a chargesheet in opposition to 4 members of the Popular Front of India (PFI) in a case associated to “illegal and anti-national” activities by the banned group in Bihar, an official said.

The charge sheet was filed in a special NIA court here against arrested accused – Athar Parvej, Mohd Jalaluddin Khan, Nooruddin Zangi alias “Advocate Nooruddin” and Arman Malick alias “Imteyaz Anwer”, a spokesperson of the federal anti-terror agency said.

They were charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The spokesperson said the case was initially registered on July 12 last year at the Phulwarisharif police station and re-registered by the NIA 10 days later.

“The case pertains to the involvement of accused/suspected persons, associated with the PFI, in unlawful and anti-national activities, who had assembled in Phulwarisharif area of Patna,” the official mentioned.

During investigations, the NIA mentioned Parvej, Khan, Zangi and Malick had been arrested for his or her involvement in the moment case.

“Investigations revealed that the felony conspiracy was hatched with an intention to hold out acts of terror and violence, resulting in an environment of terror and endangering the unity and integrity of the nation,” the spokesperson said.

In furtherance of their conspiracy, the official said the accused arranged rented accommodation in Ahmad Palace, Phulwarisharif (Patna) and used its premises for imparting training in the commission of acts of violence and holding criminal conspiracy meetings.

“The accused also collected funds, recruited members, organized training and encouraged its members to establish Islamic Rule in India,” the spokesperson mentioned.

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