Bengaluru: As Central Government has imposed a ban on the Popular Front of India (PFI) and several of its associates for their alleged terror activities, State Police Chief Praveen Sood warned strict action on any protests or activities against the decision and in favour of the banned organisations here on Wednesday September 28.
Speaking to mediapersons, he said the Police Department and Deputy Commissioners of various Districts will accordingly be taking actions against the banned organisation.
“Following the Centre’s ban, the action to be taken by the State Government has been delegated through a notification, and an order has been issued. Now, the State Government will be issuing an order shortly on action to be taken by the District Magistrates and Commissioner of Police on the ground,” he said.
“If any one protest against the ban of PFI, proper action will be taken against them, he stressed.