Police should stop spreading fake stories: Popular Front

Friday, July 9th, 2010
Kozhikod: Popular front of India (PFI) urged that police should stop spreading fake stories and accusations against the Popular Front of India using the media. “The organization had no history fighting with the police. The accusations that blue film CDs and anti-national documents were found in the raid in the house of PFI leader were wrong”. Popular front of India state general secretary P Abdul Hameed said, in a press conference in Kozhikode.
Ernakulum district committee of Popular front of India accused that hunt of the police in different parts of the district violating human rights has become a threat for people. Police are trying to frighten the Muslim community and popular organizations like the PFI. The police had raided the house of Kunnatheri Mansoor, Ernakulam district secretary of the PFI, in connection with the case and taken Mansoor’s passport, CDs of Qur’an translation, telephone book etc. But the police are reportedly spreading rumours that anti-national documents and CDs of blue films were got from his house, added the office-bearers.

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