- Campus Front of India workers take out protest rally in Kerala
- A man wearing the mask of UP CM Yogi Adityanath was dragged with a rope
- Protesting against the arrest of PFI activist in Hathras case
A controversial video related to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In this video, a person wearing a mask of CM Yogi is being dragged by three people tied with a rope. These people are also seen slapping him. The crowd present on this occasion is shouting slogans. It is being told that this video has been made during a rally organized by CFI (Campus Front of India), the student wing of PFI (Popular Front of India). BJP has strongly objected to this video.
According to the information, in this video, CFI workers are seen protesting against Yogi Adityanath for the prosecution of PFI activist Siddiqui Kappan. In fact, the UP Police had taken strong action against many PFI workers, including Siddiqui Kappan, for creating unrest after the rape incident of a Dalit girl in Hathras. In this case, Kappan is in jail.
Is this the way Islam spreads love on earth: BJP
At the same time, UP BJP spokesperson Prashant Umrao has strongly opposed this action of CFI workers. He tweeted this video and wrote- ‘The handiwork of the Islamic organization named Campus Front of India (CFI), an affiliate of the terrorist organization PFI in Kerala. He has portrayed Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in his performance. Is this Islam’s way of spreading love on earth?’
Kappan used to instigate Muslims: UP Police
It is worth noting that in early October, the UP Police arrested a journalist named Siddiqui Kappan for creating unrest in Hathras. According to media reports, in the chargesheet, the investigating officer had highlighted 36 articles of Kappan which were found from his laptop. Issues like Sharjeel Imam, Ram Mandir, Delhi Riots, Anti-CAA Protest were mentioned in these articles. It was also mentioned in the chargesheet that Kappan did not write articles like a responsible journalist. His work was only to instigate Muslims.
Central government preparing to ban PFI
Let us tell you that the Narendra Modi government is preparing to put Popular Front of India (PFI) in the list of banned organization. The UP government has told the Supreme Court that Kerala-based journalist Siddiq Kappan is associated with PFI and PFI office-bearers have been traced to the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).