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NIA ED raids: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted searches at multiple locations across India. Residences and offices of Popular Front of India (PFI) leaders were raided, and over 100 PFI members have been arrested so far. As per sources, raids began at midnight at the houses of PFI state, district level leaders including the house of OMA Salam, PFI chairman in Manjeri, Malappuram district, and at PFI offices. Not just in Kerala, the raids are underway across 10 states including Maharashtra, Assam, Karnataka, and Gujarat, among others. NIA, ED along with state police have arrested over 100 cadres of PFI, said sources. Sources said this is the largest ever probe conducted by NIA to date. These searches are being conducted in residential and official premises of persons involved in funding terrorism, organizing training camps, and radicalizing people to join proscribed organizations.

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