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BFI hid foreign donations: Enforcement Department- Dinamani IV News

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According to the Enforcement Directorate, Popular Front of India (PFI) is receiving funds from its members residing abroad in their overseas Indian accounts in India and transferring them to extremist Islamist organisations.

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The National Investigation Agency on Thursday raided various locations linked to PFI across the country. The Enforcement Department also investigated. Then more than 100 people were arrested. In this, the Enforcement Department has arrested four people from Kerala.

Since 2018, the Enforcement Directorate has been conducting covert investigations into the heads of PFIs. In this context, the Enforcement Directorate said on Friday that funds provided by foreign members of PFI were brought to India through the accounts of NRIs and given to extremist Islamist organizations through PFI heads.

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The Enforcement Directorate said that money was also brought into the country through hawala and other illegal means. The agency is accused of providing financial assistance to BFI heads and other organizations in India through cash and Pravasi Bharat accounts.

The Enforcement Department also said that the BFI organization was not registered under the Non-Regulating Foreign Donations Act, but the organization hid the money received from foreign countries from the government.

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The central government agency said that in the last few years, the BFI and its affiliated organizations have received more than Rs 120 crore in cash.

The NIA had already registered a case against the BFI organization last April for carrying out various terrorist activities in the country.

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