NIA has sought custody of the accused in the Popular Front of India case that created a stir in Telugu states. The National Investigation Agency appealed to the Nampally court to remand the four accused for 30 days. Many things have been revealed in this remand report.
A man named Abdul Khader along with the PFI activists hatched a ter*orist plot. NIA arrested Syed Sameer, Feroze Khan, Mohammad Usman, and Irfan. The four accused are PFI workers. Among them, Abdul Qader was revealed as the main accused.
The authorities have kept a close eye on the PFI training programs across the country in the sense that there are ter*orist roots. Four people were detained on Sunday. Officials conducted searches at 38 places in the state. Cell phones, passports, bank account books, and diaries were seized in these searches and the officials produced them in court.
The four arrested by the NIA officials on Sunday were produced in the Hyderabad Nampally court on Monday. Several computer hard disks and key documents were presented in court. In the PFI case, officials conducted extensive inspections in 40 places in Telugu states.