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

BENGALURU: The crackdown in opposition to the Standard Entrance of India (PFI) continued in Karnataka with police detaining 45 members of the political outfit on Tuesday.

In accordance with sources, the raids started at 4 am at numerous places in Belagavi, Gadag, Bijapur in north Karnataka, neighboring district of Bengaluru Kolar and Bengaluru Rural, coastal district of Udupi.

The PFI leaders have reportedly collected funds from overseas nations to foment violence in society and assault RSS leaders and workplaces in retaliation to latest NIA raids, the sources stated.

On September 23, the searches had been carried out in Bengaluru, Bidar, Raichur, Chamarajanagar, Mysuru, Bengaluru Rural and Kolar districts. In Bengaluru alone 15 PFI employees had been taken into custody.

ADGP (Legislation and Order) Alok Kumar is personally monitoring the raids throughout the state. Belagavi police have taken 5 PFI members into custody who blocked the Nationwide Freeway and protested in opposition to arrest their leaders earlier. In Kolar, six PFI leaders have been arrested and are being interrogated.

Within the coastal district of Udupi, the police groups have carried out simultaneous raids on 4 places and brought greater than 4 leaders into custody.

ADGP Alok Kumar confirmed that 45 PFI employees have been taken into custody. The state-wide raids have been taken up as a safety measure to cease them from indulging in violence, he stated.

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