PFI is referred to as a radical group by the head of the All India Muslim Jamaat, who wants it outlawed.

Popular Front of India (PFI) is a radical group, says All India Muslim Jamaat president Maulana Shahabuddin Razvi . Razvi calls for the government to prohibit the group .

Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh), September 23: On Friday, All India Muslim Jamaat president Maulana Shahabuddin Razvi ordered the Muslim community to stay away from the Popular Front of India (PFI), calling it a radical group and urged the central government to prohibit it.Maulana Razvi, the President of the Philippines, was appreciative of the arrest of the PFI leaders around the country.PFI is a radical group.Its allegiances are based on a highly racialized conception.

The PFI has been mentioned in several incidents around the country.According to Razvi, such organizations should be banned.PFI was brought to the attention of the central government.I support the government's policy.

According to reports, the National Investigation Agency, the Enforcement Directorate, and state police forces raided 15 states in the country on Friday, carrying out a series of investigations, including incidents of stone pelting and assault on vehicles including KSRTC buses by protesters.The PFI also conducted a dawn-to-dusk bandh in Kerala on Friday, citing continuing evidence that the PFI and its leaders and cadres were involved in the financing of terrorism and terrorist activities, organising training In a visual, hartal supporters pelted stones at the Kerala State Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus in Panamaram village in Wayanad district.The bus was headed to Kozhikode, and two miscreants on a bike in Pallimukku in the state capital of Thiruvananthapuram were also attacked, according to police.During the demonstration against the PFI's state leaders' detention, a petrol bomb was hurled at the RSS office in Mattannur, Kannur.On Friday, a two-member group reached on a scooter, threw a petrol bomb, and shattered the window panes.

The group reportedly vandalized shops and obstructed vehicles in Kochi.PFI employees tried to forcefully close the shops, according to police.During the demonstration against the arrest of PFI state leaders, two miscreants rode a scooter and struck police officials and hit them as they attempted to block them, according to a statement from the PFI state committee.The PFI state committee also called for a suo motu lawsuit against the RSS-controlled fascist regime that oppressed the civil rights.