A multi-agency operation spearheaded by the NIA on September 22 led to the arrest of 106 activists of the PFI in 11 states for allegedly supporting terror activities in the country.
All offices of the PFI and its front organisations in the state are under the watch of the police.
District police chiefs will adopt measures to stop the illegal use of PFI offices and assets. They will also be responsible for halting all financial support to the banned organisation.
He also asked the officials to make sure no communal conflicts would erupt during the process.
The PFI should deposit the amount with the Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, within two weeks.
Anyone found associating with the banned organisations can be arrested for terror charges.
An accused in a case registered by the NIA, Sattar had been absconding after calling for a hartal to protest the central agency's raid of the Popular Front.
The huge public nuisance caused on September 23 and a speech by Afsal Qasimi six days before the strike played a significant role in turning other Muslim organisations against PFI.
Minister Ahammad Devarkovil said the BJP state president was attempting to remain in the media glare by raising ridiculous issues.
The Centre on Wednesday banned the Popular Front of India and several of its associates under a stringent anti-terror law, accusing them of having 'links' with global terror groups like ISIS.