K’taka police continue raids on PFI; 45 activists detained


Bengaluru, Sep 27 (IANS) The crackdown against the Well known Front of India (PFI) went on in Karnataka with police keeping 45 individuals from the political outfit on Tuesday.

As per sources, the strikes started at 4 a.m at different areas in Belagavi, Gadag, Bijapur in north Karnataka, adjoining locale of Bengaluru Kolar and Bengaluru Provincial, seaside region of Udupi.


The PFI pioneers have allegedly gathered assets from outside nations to incite brutality in the public eye and assault RSS pioneers and workplaces in reprisal to late NIA attacks, the sources said.

On September 23, the quests were led in Bengaluru, Bidar, Raichur, Chamarajanagar, Mysuru, Bengaluru Rustic and Kolar regions. In Bengaluru alone 15 PFI laborers were arrested.

ADGP (The rule of law) Alok Kumar is expressly observing the strikes across the state. Belagavi police have arrested five PFI individuals who hindered the Public Interstate and challenged capture their chiefs before. In Kolar, six PFI pioneers have been captured and are being examined.

In the waterfront region of Udupi, the police groups have led concurrent strikes on four areas and arrested multiple pioneers.

ADGP Alok Kumar affirmed that 45 PFI laborers have been arrested. The far reaching strikes have been taken up as a preventive measure to prevent them from enjoying savagery, he said.