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Wednesday, 07 December 2022 5.14 AM IST

11 Popular Front activists remanded to seven days in NIA custody

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KOCHI: Eleven Popular Front of India (PFI) activists arrested from Kerala and accused of having terror links, have been sent to NIA custody for questioning till 30 September.

The PFI activists sent to NIA custody are Ashraf Maulavi from Thiruvananthapuram, Sadhique Ahmed from Pathanamthitta, Shihas, P Ansari, and MM Mujeeb from Eratupetta, Najimudeen from Mundakayam, TS Sainudeen from Idukki, PK Usman from Thrissur, Yahya Koya Thangal of Kunnamkulam, K Muhammad Ali of Malappuram, and CT Suleiman from Kasaragod.

The Ernakulam NIA court ordered that they must be produced at 11 am on 30 September when their custody ends.

The court also warned the activists for sloganeering and ordered them never to raise slogans on the court premises. The PFI activists had raised slogans against Central Home Minister, Amit Shah, the NIA, and also against the RSS while being taken to the court.

All the accused were handcuffed when they were brought to court. The lawyer appearing for the accused told the court that handcuffing the accused was against the orders of the Supreme Court. The court then asked the police to use handcuffs only in reasonable cases.

The PFI activists shouted out to the media persons while they were taken out of the NIA court. They said that Amit Shah and Narendra Modi cannot destroy the Popular Front and warned that the end of RSS has begun.

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