COVID-19: Many Rohingya who haven’t returned to camps have participated in Tabligi Jamaat, Center warns states

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: A brand new impediment seems within the ongoing combat towards the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus in India. In reality, the Central Government has obtained intelligence that many Rohingya Muslims who participated within the Tabligi Jamaat didn’t return to their camps early final month. It is believed that he has been in varied locations in New Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Haryana. In such a scenario, the Central Government has warned all of the states that every one of them ought to be investigated and discovered who they’ve are available in contact with. Lockdown: After April 20 in Bihar, inns will open for drivers on the freeway, there will likely be no downside of consuming

According to an official, the Union Home Ministry has requested the states to conduct a Kovid-19 investigation of Rohingya refugees as a lot of them had participated in Nizamuddin Markaz's program. <! –

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In a letter despatched by the Center to all of the state chief secretaries and the DGP, it has been stated that there have been stories that Rohingya Muslims took half within the Ijtima and different spiritual occasions of Tabligi Jamaat. In such a scenario, it’s feared that they could be contaminated with the corona virus. Coronavirus: complain concerning the charges demanded by the varsity throughout lockdown: college schooling minister

The letter additional states, "Rohingyas residing in camps in Hyderabad, Telangana, attended Tabligi Jamaat Ijtima in Mewat, Haryana and visited Nizamuddin Markaz in New Delhi. Similarly, Rohingyas residing in Shaheen Bagh, Shram Vihar in Delhi, who went to the Tabligi Jamaat actions, haven’t returned to their camps.

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