The Popular Front of India (PFI) has designed a new strategy to sustain and push its agenda due to stringent surveillance and monitoring by various central agencies, sources said.

Intelligence inputs accessed by India Today reveal that the PFI, which is believed to be the front organisation of banned terror group SIMI, plans to form small welfare societies with different names across the country to run its agenda. These societies will be registered with local registrar offices, sources said.

According to intelligence inputs, this decision came from the top leadership of the PFI.

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In the past, PFI has been accused of indulging in anti-India activities and furthering Islamic radicalisation.

Multiple cases have been lodged against the PFI by various government agencies including the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and state police forces.


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