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12 Bangladeshi Tablighi Jamaat men sued in India

Published 10:22 pm | April 05, 2020

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Online desk : Indian Police have lodged a case against 12 Bangladeshi citizens, who joined a Tablighi Jammat congregation in Delhi, under the country’s Foreigners Act, 1946.

Of them, two have been tested positive for coronavirus.

Vineet Jaiswal, chief of Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli Police Station, said, “The foreigners came to India with tourist visas but violated rules joining religious congregation. We lodged the FIR for violating rules.”

Two infected Bangladeshis were moved to isolation units to a local hospital specialized for coronavirus treatment, the official added.

Indian Home Ministry blacklisted a total of 110 foreigners, including 12 Bangladeshis, for violating their tourist visa and participating in missionary activities in different parts of India after attending the Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi.

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