1 arrested in Rajasthan’s banned collective Popular Front case

Earlier, the National Intelligence Service had arrested two accused – Sadiq Sarraf and Mohammad Asif. (representative)

New Delhi:

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a third accused in a case involving the outlawed Popular Front of India (PFI) in a plot to disrupt peace and spread communal hatred and enmity in Rajasthan, an official said on Saturday.

Mohammad Sohail, a resident of Murshid Nagar in Udaipur, was arrested from Jaipur on Friday for his active involvement in a criminal conspiracy by the PFI, a spokesman for the federal agency said.

Earlier, the NIA arrested two accused – Sadiq Sarraf and Mohammed Asif – and the case was registered at the NIA headquarters in New Delhi on September 19 last year.

“Sohail conspired with PFI cadres/members to incite Muslim youths to engage in violent and illegal activities,” the spokesman said.

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