Islamism rears its ugly head in protests in the name of farmers: Muslim League pumps in petro-dollars to fuel middlemen’s protests in Delhi

    10-Dec-2020   
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After pro-Khalistan groups hijacked the ongoing protests of the middlemen, in the guise of farmers, the Islamist links have also emerged in the anti-Government protests in Delhi. According to the latest reports, the Indian Union Muslim League and its feeder organisations are pumping in money to facilitate the protests in Delhi.
 
In a report, the Muslim League mouthpiece Chandrika daily has confirmed that the party workers are actively participating in the protests. Even when the Enforcement Directorate is probing on the foreign hand behind the ongoing farmers’ protests near the national capital, the Delhi chapter of Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre (KMCC) distributed freebies to the ‘farmers’. KMCC is the overseas organisation of Indian Union Muslim League. This organisation has distributed free food and blankets for the protestors.
 
There were reports that Hawala money was being used to fuel the protests at Delhi borders. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is investigating the role of hawala network behind the protests. 
 
Muslim League's role recently registered money-laundering cases
 
Interestingly, several leaders of IUML and its mouthpiece Chandrika Daily are currently facing probes in connection with various money-laundering scandals. Ebrahim Kunju, a leader of the IUML and former state minister is accused of depositing Rs 10 crores into the bank accounts of Chandrika daily soon after the NDA government announced demonetisation in November 2016. Kunju, who was arrested by the Kerala police in the Palarivattom flyover corruption case, is under the scanner of various agencies including the Enforcement Directorate.
 
Last month, the Kerala police arrested another Muslim League legislator from Kerala M C Kamaruddin in connection with a multi-crore gold investment scam. Other prominent IUML leaders like KM Shaji are also facing money-laundering charges.
 
'Farmers' demand release of Communist terrorists and Islamist rioters!
 
Last week, the radical Islamic organisation Popular Front of India (PFI) had also extended its support to the protests. In connection with the foreign funding and the role of Islamist organisations, offices of the controversial Popular Front of India were raided in different parts of the nation.
 
There are reports of Khalistani organisations overseas backed by Pakistan funding these protests. Its connection with the secessionist ‘referendum 2020’ is also being probed by the security agencies. According to the intelligence output, the organisations behind farmers’ protests are receiving funds from hawala and human trafficking rackets. Recently, NIA had charge-sheeted 16 people affiliated to Khalistani backed ‘Sikhs for Justice’ group.
 
Exposing their real agenda behind the protests, Khalistani elements are now demanding the release of all accused in the anti-CAA riots.
 
As per the latest reports, in a show of solidarity with the Islamists who fund the agitation, the pro-Khalistani groups who are staging protests along the Tikri border are now demanding the release of terrorist sympathisers such as Gautam Navlakha, Sudha Bhardwaj, Varvara Rao, Anand Teltumbde, and riot accused such as Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam, Khalid Saifi etc. BKU Ekta Ugrahan, which claims to be a farmers’ union, also demanded the release of Urban Naxals arrested in Elgar Parishad case, Islamists arrested in Delhi anti-Hindu riots case and others.