NIA screws up on PFI, raids on 43 targets including SDPI offices: Bengaluru riot.
The NIA on Wednesday conducted searches at 43 locations, including the offices of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).
The political unit of the Popular Front of India (PFI), in connection with a violent attack on the city’s police stations and riots in August. An official told me about this.
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) spokesperson said that on August 11.
Violent attacks on the DJ Halli and KG Halli police stations in Bangalore and the riot case involving four SDPI offices were conducted at 43 locations in Bengaluru.
He said the case related to large-scale riots, injury to policemen, damage to public and private property including government and private vehicles in police station buildings.
He also stated that the rioters were armed with deadly weapons.
The NIA screws up PFI, spokesman said that the riots spread panic in the surrounding areas and were intended to create terror in the society.
He said that so far 124 accused have been arrested in the case of DJ Halli police station and 169 accused in KG Halli police station case.
During the investigation, several inflammatory materials related to SDPI and PFI were found and weapons like swords, knives, sticks were seized, the official said. Further investigation is underway in the case.
On Monday, the Central Crime Branch police of Bangalore arrested former Mayor R. Sampath Kumar and a person harboring Congress leader Zakir, who was charged in the case.
The accused was absconding for the past few weeks. Joint Commissioner of Police Sandeep Patil said that Riyazuddin has been arrested in this case.
In Andhra Pradesh, the government did such a thing that two lakh students left private and enrolled in government schools
This year in Andhra Pradesh, more than two lakh students have enrolled in government schools except for private schools.
According to the report of the news agency, inspired by all the schemes launched to encourage public education, these children have turned to government schools.
According to official figures, a total of 42.46 lakh students have enrolled in government and government-aided schools this year.