The Popular Front of India (PFI) has been named in anti-CAA protests in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. According to a senior Kanpur division official, apart from the PFI, a political party known for its radical views has played a role in spoiling the environment in Kanpur. These two organizations have also joined a local association, which had called for the mobilization of youths 10 days ago against the act. The police faced tremendous resistance to suppress the vigorous violence in Kanpur for two days. The presence of petrol, acid, weapons, bombs and other things in the midst of such an organized uproar became clear that somewhere outside elements stirred up the people and gathered the attack material, but the preparations were so accurate that at the last moment Even the police and intelligence agencies did not get the idea. However, based on the findings of the evidence so far, it is believed that the Popular Front of India worked together with the radical ideology. An organization in Kanpur prepared the land for this. Sleeper cells, once working with the Student Islamic Movement of India SIMI, joined them.
The Popular Front of India (PFI) has been named in anti-CAA protests in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
Work was going on for 15-20 days
Work was going on for 15-20 days to mobilize and incite the people.Many sleeper cells were instigating young boys and children at food shops in areas such as Chamanganj, Bekganj, Yatimkhana, Babupurwa, Bagahi and Gwalatoli.To gain their trust, photocopies of misleading post prints were being circulated on social media.Most youths had printed placards and posters in demonstrations on both days.A local organization in Kanpur had put up posters at different places to collect the youth on Friday, December 13.In addition, people from outside led violent crowds.Local people do not recognize most of them.Many such young men also came to Babupurva.
Appeal was done from religious place
According to sources, a provocative appeal was made on 13 and 20 December from a religious place in Babupurwa.Administrative officials have also known the name of the doer, but strong evidence is being collected before the action.