Vicky Nanjappa

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Agencies up ante on underground activities as its political outfit promises a bounce back

Following the ban on the Students Islamic Movement of India, its underground cadres from across the the country met at Kerala. This meeting resulted in the SIMI bouncing back as the Indian Mujahideen

New Delhi, Jan 28: The now banned Popular Front of India’s (PFI) political outfit, Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has been making attempts to re-group its cadres and strengthen the party in Kerala.

This move comes amidst reports that the Union Home Ministry is likely to move the Election Commission alleging that the SDPI is becoming a backyard of the PFI which was banned last September.

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