PFI puts up controversial posters related to Babri Masjid demolition

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Jaipur, 05 December: Controversial posters have been put up by the Popular Front of India (PFI) ( An extremist Islamic organisation) at various places, including Tonk and Jaipur in Rajasthan, defying the Indian Constitution and the Supreme Court’s decision.

Controversial remarks about the demolition of the Babri Masjid structure have been written in these posters. It calls for this, โ€œOne day Babri will rise, let us not forget on 6 December 1992โ€. These posters have a picture of the three domes of the Babri structure.

Such posters have been placed in Jaipur, Chaksu, Malpura and its surrounding areas which made the Hindu community angry from the posters put up by the PFI.

In protest, the workers of Bajrang Dal reached Sub Divisional Officer and Chaksu police station and complained. The SDM and the police have spoken of action.

It is noteworthy that on December 6, 1992, Karsevaks demolished the disputed structure built at the place of the temple at Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya.

For this, such posters have been put up by PFI activists. Just two days ago, people and offices associated with PFI were raided by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in several states of the country including PFI office located at Moti Dungri Road in Jaipur.

However, the raids were carried out against foreign funding in protests across the country against CAA, NRC. But many agencies of the government are investigating against the PFI organization, which has come up in discussion many times for anti-national activities.

Malpura Kavad Yatra Committee has written on social media opposing these posters, when the Supreme Court has given a decision on the Ram temple issue, then by putting such disputed posters, conspiracy to spoil the atmosphere of Malpura on behalf of the Popular Front of India Why is it being done?

Bajrang Dal Chaksu Block convenor Keshav Gautham said that such posters have been installed by PFI at Muslim neighborhoods and other major places of Chaksu town. This exposes their constitution and anti-country mentality. For this, a case has been registered in the police station. If action is not taken then agitation will be done.

Rajasthan media in-charge of Popular Front of India, Taj Mohammad Pathan, while accepting the pasting of posters said that PFI celebrates Black Day on December 6 that is why we put posters like this all over the country. In Rajasthan too, posters have been installed in many places including Jaipur.