Love Jihad a ‘Sangh Pariwar’ propaganda – Police Raid exposes the repeated lie of PFI terrorists

published on April 27, 2013

Close on the heels of the police raid at the PFI arms training camp at Narath, a raid was done at the residence of a PFI member, where a huge cache of arms were seized. The youth, Kamaruddin had made his escape from the training camp, when police embarked on the raid. Police have seized swords ,iron rods and other weapons all stacked neatly in a special room in the loft. Police have also confirmed that a two wheeler, which was recently seized at Narath belongs to Kamaruddin.

Police have conducted similar raids at the residence of all the 21 arrested persons. Searches have also been conducted in various SDPI and PFI offices located in Kannur and Kasargode.

Police search conducted at SDPI offices have yielded books, pamphlets and short write ups bordering on anti-national sentiments to can whip up communal violence.

The visual and printed materials to promote religious conversion via marriages, especially love marriages.Another search conducted at the residence of PFI activists Jamsheer and Jaleel have yielded a hoard of CDs and pamphlets enumerating and justifying love jihad.

The arrested persons have been lodged in Kannur special sub jail. Concerned investigation squads will seek special permission in court for them to be handed over for further interrogation.

A detailed report on the recovery of arms has been submitted to state Home Ministry by the investigating teams headed by DYSP Sukumaran. The report will be handed over to NIA, with the national agency’s likelihood of taking over the case standing tall.

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