Vicky Nanjappa

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Offices attached, funds seized, travel restrictions: The effect of the ban on PFI

The government took the decision to ban the outfit for five years after it was found that it was indulging in alleged terror funding.

New Delhi, Sep 28: The Popular Front of India is now a terrorist organisation considering it has been banned under Section 3 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

The ban would cripple the outfit’s funding, recruitment and it can be booked under terror charges in any part of the country. Further the outfit will not be able to organise conferences, donation drives or come up with any publication.

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