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The Popular Front of India is a confederation of radical[1] [2] fanatic [3] Muslim fundamentalist [4] and extremist [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] organizations which are active in southern India. The Front was formed on November 22, 2006 and is supported by the Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD), the National Development Front (NDF), and Manitha Neethi Pasarai (MNP).These organizations are active in the states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu, respectively. [10] They are alleged to have links to Islamic terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba and SIMI (Student Islamic Movement of India). [11] [12] PFI has been accused of supporting a "Love Jihad" in the southern Indian state of Kerala. [13] [14] Beside the attack on College lecturer T J Joseph in Muvattupuzha, the PFI had been involved in 22 murder cases and 73 attempt to murder cases so far in Kerala. [15]


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Veil Activism & Link with international terror networks[edit]

Veil Activism[edit]

Activists of Popular Front of India are involved in threatening Muslim women to wear headscarf and observe purdah. [1] [2]

Link with international terror networks[edit]

Kerala Government informed the state high court that investigators have obtained evidence regarding the connection of radical outfit Popular Front of India with Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e Taiba (Let) and al-Qaeda. [3] [4] It also suspected that some members of banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) have joined National Development Front (NDF), another Muslim radical outfit, and the Popular Front of India, [5]