UP cleric gets threat from PFI, seeks security

UP


Bareilly, Sep 30 : Maulana Shahbuddin Razvi, national president of All India Muslim Jamaat, Dargah Aala Hazrat in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly city, has received a threat call from an alleged PFI activist who gave his name as Abdussamad from Shaheen Bagh in Delhi. The caller threatened the cleric and said he would face dire consequences if he continued to speak against the Popular Front of India (PFI), which has been banned for five years. In a letter sent to SSP Bareilly, the cleric said that he had been not only supporting the ban on PFI but also opposing their anti-national activities in the country. Giving the number from which he received the threatening call, the cleric said that he had earlier applied for security but his concerns were ignored. He urged the Bareilly police to provide security to him and his family. /IANS




Related

Violence-hit Kallakurichi schools in TN reopens
Chennai, Dec 5 : The Sakthi Matriculation Higher Secondary School and the Sakthi ECR international school at Kallakurichi reopened for physical classe

'If he was an Indian would have been granted bail', SC on Christian Michel bail pleas
[**EDS: IMAGE VIA DELHI LG OFFICE** New Delhi: Chief Justice of India (CJI) Justice DY Chandrachud with Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijuju an

Maha Police probe stripping, extortion of Haryana girl by classmates
Pune, Dec 5 : The Maharashtra Police in Pune have launched a probe into a complaint filed by a Haryana student, alleging her roommates extorted, strip