Kasaragod: The police, along with revenue officers in accordance with the high court’s orders have started the process of sealing the properties of PFI leaders who were involved in creating violence during the recent strike held by the outfit.
The state revenue commissioner has requested a full report from the police regarding the properties that will be seized. Police have therefore attached the properties of five district-level PFI leaders.
The process of seizing the land and other property owned by the Chandragiri Charitable Trust close to Perumbala, where the district PFI office was formerly located, has started.
Additional assets and properties belonging to PFI leaders Mohammad Ali of Meenja, N U Abdul Salam of Nayammaramoole, Ummer Faruk of Alampady, Nanjarath Sirajuddin of Hosdurg taluk, and former district president of PFI C T Sulaiman of Threkkeripura village are being seized.
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On September 22, 2022, PFI called for a bandh across the entire state in protest at the NIA’s detention of PFI leaders. According to the report presented to the high court, PFI activists’ strike-related property damage resulted in a loss of Rs. 5.20 crore.