The Islamist organisation, Popular Front of India (PFI) and its sister organisations and fronts, were banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India under the UAPA Act via a notification on September 27. Before the ban was announced, multiple raids were conducted on the locations linked to PFI leaders, workers and associates.
During these raids, the investigation agencies recovered manuals to make IEDs, weapons, GPS devices, cash, and jihadi documents.
Bomb-making manuals recovered
One of the most incriminating materials recovered during the raids was the manual on how to make IEDs.
Source: OpIndia News