PFI chairperson Mohammad Abdul Salam grilled by agencies; BJP wants left government to act

Times Now exposed political patronage, Popular Front of India chairperson Mohammad Abdul Salam was grilled by agencies on October 27. Times Now has received exclusive details of what happened during the questioning, BJP is now asking the left government to act upon it. The reason that has been cited that Mohammad Abdul Salam was enrolled as an employee of state-owned Kerala State Electricity Board. He faced vigilant inquiry for his conduct. Popular Front of India has been one of the most controversial organisations in India. It was found that there were proxy signatures that were made by him while he was traveling abroad.