GUWAHATI: After Assam Police discovered an alleged hyperlink of Widespread Entrance of India (PFI) with a Bangladesh-based radical Islamic group, right-wing organisation Rashtriya Bajrang Dal (RBD) on Monday protested in Guwahati demanding a ban on PFI within the state.
Revealing the hyperlink of PFI and Ansar ul-Islam, extra director normal of police (particular department) Hiren Nath just lately mentioned, “The modus operandi of the group (PFI) is to carry demonstrations on something taking place throughout the nation even when it doesn’t have something to do with the state”. “Any minor problem involving the minority group can be termed by them as an assault on the group, which is a kind of provocation. We received’t permit this. We’re keeping track of their actions,” he added.
The group alleged that PFI has unfold its tentacles in Muslim-dominated districts of Assam, together with Barpeta, Dhubri, Hojai, Morigaon and Nagaon, to radicalise youths in direction of jihadi actions. Dinesh Kalita, president of the Assam wing of RBD, mentioned: “In response to our info, PFI is energetic in Muslim-majority areas in 10 districts of the state.”



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