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The hypersensitivity and lack of concern for public health in the face of the mahakumbh is in stark contrast to the Modi govt’s handing of the outbreak of COVID-19 last year detected at the Tablighi Jamaat event in New Delhi. | @jahnavi_sen  writes

Nearly a year ago, around 3,500 foreign nationals had visited India to attend the Tablighi Jamaat event at Nizamuddin Markaz, a mosque in South Delhi. A year on, around 146 are still struggling to find their way home; 26 among them still await trial.

"It is wrong to plead guilty because I didn’t do anything wrong." Tablighi Jamaat men, a Muslim missionary movement, held in India for ‘spreading COVID’ share ordeal

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Almost a year after their arrest, 11 #Bangladeshi  Tablighi Jamaat members were sent back home after they were released from detention in a guest house in #UttarPradesh  's #Bhadohi  district yesterday (Saturday), a senior police official said.

MBBS book pulled for linking Covid ‘explosive outbreak’ to Tablighi Jamaat via @TOIMumbai 

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MBBS book pulled for linking Covid ‘explosive outbreak’ to Tablighi Jamaat

Since one year, both the govt and the media played a crucial role in criminalising those attending the Tablighi Jamaat. A year on, around 146 of the 3,500 attendees are still struggling to find their way home; 26 among them still await trial. | @mukul9839  explains.

Tablighi Jamaat: A Year on, Some Attendees Still Await Trial, Others Struggle To Return Home @sukanyashantha  and Mukul Chauhan via @thewire_in 

A year on, around 146 of the 3,500 or so Tablighi Jamaat attendees are still struggling to find their way home; 26 among them still await trial. One lawyer in Delhi described the foreigners as “hostages”. | @sukanyashantha  and @mukul9839  report.

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960 blacklisted foreign nationals banned for 10 years from travelling to India for their involvement in Tablighi Jamaat activities: Government sources

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75 more persons have tested positive for #COVID19  in Tamil Nadu of which 74 are those who participated in the Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi. Total positive cases in the state are 309 including 264 who attended the Tablighi event: Beela Rajesh, Tamil Nadu Health Secretary

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FIR registered in Samastipur against 9 Bangladeshi nationals who came to India on tourist visa&were found involved in religious preachings under Tablighi Jamaat. They were living in rented accommodation, FIR registered against landlord too: SHO Saifullah Ansari, Samastipur #Bihar 

People who had attended Tablighi Jamaat event should come forward and disclose the information within 24 hours, otherwise, FIR will be registered against them under sections of murder and attempt to murder: Uttarakhand DGP Anil Raturi (file pic) #Coronavirus 

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Madhya Pradesh Police has arrested 64 foreign members of Tablighi Jamaat, 10 Indians linked to organisation, & 13 others who arranged their accommodation in Bhopal, u/s 188, 269, 270 of IPC, section 13 of Disaster Management Act, & Section 14 of Foreigners Act: Bhopal Police

Mumbai: FIR registered against 150 people of Tablighi Jamaat, at Azad Maidan police station for violating quarantine orders (IPC Sec 271) & violating govt official preventive order (IPC Sec 188). FIR also registered under IPC Sec 269, besides the earlier two sections of 271 & 188

Home Ministry has found violation of visa rules by foreigners who attended Tablighi Jamaat event in Nizamuddin, Delhi: Government sources

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FIR registered against 2 people, who had attended Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi & are currently at the quarantine center in Narela. The FIR reads 'today during the routine sanitation staff cleaning has reported that some passengers passed latrine in front of a room on 31 March.'

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8 Tablighi Jamaat members from Malaysia intercepted by Delhi’s IGI immigration department today when they tried to board Malindo Air relief flight for Malaysia. They will be handed over to the authorities (Police): Immigration Sources

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